Updated Jan 5th 2022 at 6:43pm
- Who is the most popular of the royal ladies? Sweden’s Victoria ranked number one in a survey.
- The Crown Princess can wait for this title for the second time.
- A queen and queen descended after him.
Which royal representative can score particularly well in public? A survey conducted by “Frau im Spiegel” has now answered this. 1,011 women Germany The polling station Kantar Public asked him which of the princesses and young queens of European royalty he preferred.
Victoria of Sweden According to a media release on Wednesday (January 5), he made it to the race with 20 percent of the total. This is the second time in a row that he has won the title. 44-year-old is doing particularly well crown princess So for people over 50 years old.
Victoria inspires regularly performance with your family, Husband Prince Daniel and future queen Sweden Married in 2010. Two years later, daughter Estelle was born, followed by son Oscar in 2016. Victoria is the daughter of Queen Sylvia and King Carl XVI. Gustaf of Sweden. “She is committed to climate protection, takes clear signals against hate and agitation on the Internet, and continues to fight for a world worth living and loving,” the message said to justify her popularity.
Who will occupy the position behind Crown Princess Victoria?
Queen Maxima has moved up one place (17 percent) to the second position from the previous ranking. The wife of King Willem-Alexander is under increasing criticism in the Netherlands, but has not lost her popularity in Germany. She likes to show herself with her family and daughters Crown Princess Amalia, Princess Alexia and Princess Ariane.
Duchess Kate, who celebrates her 40th birthday on 9 January, has moved up to third place (13 percent). The British representative has been married to husband Prince William since 2011 and have three childrenEight-year-old Prince George, six-year-old Princess Charlotte and three-year-old Prince Louis.
Duchess Meghan took this place
His sister-in-law is followed by Duchess Meghan, who is fourth (5 percent each) with Mette-Marit, Crown Princess of Norway. Other ranks are Swedish Princess Sofia with 3 percent, Monegasque Princess Charlene, Spanish Queen Letizia (49), Danish Crown Princess Mary and Queen Mathilde of Belgium with 1 percent each, and Luxembourg’s Stephanie with 0 percent.
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