Following a royal wedding, a controversial book, and calls for King Carl Gustaf to step aside.
- Increased terror threat.
The Drottningholm palace, the private residence of the Swedish royal family outside Stockholm, has cancelled public viewings and guided tours due to the raised terror threat in Sweden.
- Prince Nicolas is sixth in line to the throne.
Swedish Television has reversed itself, and will be broadcasting the baptism of Prince Nicolas on October 11.
- Gustav Badin.
Towards the end of the 1750s, the Swedish Queen Lovisa Ulrika received a child slave as a present, and by publishing Badin's Diary: An English Translation, one American is hoping to shed some light on the life of Gustav Badin.
- SEK 7.8 million more.
Sweden's royal family would see its annual budget grow to more than SEK 130 million if the government's proposal is approved later this year.
- Estelle to get brother or sister.
Crown Princess Victoria is pregnant again. The Swedish Royal Court made the announcement on Instagram. The Princess's second child is due in March 2016.
- Prince Carl Phillip and Sofia Hellqvist.
At around 3 p.m. on Saturday, Prince Carl Phillip and Sofia Hellqvist said their vows and got married, to the tune of Coldplay's "Fix You", sung by Salem Al Fakir.
- Did not mention the diplomatic crisis.
The Swedish king has not apologised to Saudi Arabia, says newspaper Svenska Dagbladet, which has seen the royal letter.
- Private party the night before.
The Royal Court has announced that the upcoming marriage between Prince Carl Philip and his fiancée Sofia Hellqvist will take place in the Royal Palace in Stockholm on 13th June at 4.30pm.
- Hopes to attend Wedneday's dinner.
Queen Silvia is on an official state visit in France along with the king, but fell ill after a Tuesday night banquet in Paris and has had to cancel several items from her programme.
- Princess Estelle enjoys first day at pre-school.
Sweden's princess Estelle attended her first day of pre-school on Monday. As well as the proud royal parents, the moment was captured by a throng of journalists.
- Went on Stockholm pub crawl.
Three military personnel risk fines and prison sentences after showing up drunk to their shifts as armed guards at Stockholm’s Royal Palace.