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Who is present King of Sweden?

Who is present King of Sweden?

Carl XVI Gustaf
Carl XVI Gustaf (Carl Gustaf Folke Hubertus; born 30 April 1946) is King of Sweden.

Who is the Queen in Sweden?

Silvia Renate Sommerlath
Queen Silvia of Sweden. Silvia (born Silvia Renate Sommerlath; 23 December 1943) is the queen of Sweden as the spouse of King Carl XVI Gustaf. She has held this title since her marriage to the king in 1976.

How rich is the Swedish king?

King Carl XVI Gustaf net worth: Carl XVI Gustaf is the current King of Sweden who has a net worth of $70 million.

Who was the first Swedish king?

Gustav Vasa
Gustav Vasa is the first King in Swedish history of whose life we have a clear view. He was elected King on June 6, 1523.

Who pays for the Swedish royal family?

Sweden. The monarchy received $7.5 million in 2019. Every Swedish citizen paid $0.70 to the royal family.

Does Sweden still have a royal family?

Sweden has a constitutional monarchy. The Bernadotte Dynasty has ruled Sweden since 1810. At that time the French Marshall Jean Baptiste Bernadotte was chosen as successor to the Swedish throne. Carl XVI Gustaf has been King of Sweden since 1973.

Who is the most famous Swedish Viking?

Ragnar Lodbrok (Old Norse: Ragnarr Loðbrók; Swedish: Ragnar Lodbrok) – earliest king mentioned in Langfeðgatal. Conquered Sweden from Eysteinn Beli according to the Hervarar saga. Björn Ironside (Old Norse: Bjǫrn Járnsíða; Swedish: Björn Järnsida) – son and successor of Ragnar Lodbrok.

How much does the Swedish King get paid?

King Carl XVI Gustaf, Sweden — £11.8m The Swedish crown was allocated roughly £6 million in 2015 by the state to cover the cost of the King’s official duties and the royal household’s expenses.

Does the Swedish King have power?

As head of state, the King is Sweden’s foremost unifying symbol. According to the 1974 constitution, the monarch has no political affinity and no formal powers. The King’s duties are mainly of a ceremonial and representative nature.