A biography reveals alleged infidelities of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.
A biography of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden published on Friday reveals alleged infidelities of the monarch and visits to strip clubs. In the Den motvillige Monark (The king reluctantly) tells a romance with a Swedish singer and partying at clubs and other places that could jeopardize their own safety.
Attention on the book has grown in the country since the advancement editorial content for days, even, cheap aika gold, the Swedish royal family came to announce that the King would decide on Friday on its contents during the annual press conference at the end of Hunneberg elk hunts, south of the country.
But Carl XVI Gustaf married and 64 years, was limited to saying that he had time to read and which rrred to past events, without clarifying whether they were true, buying eve isk, and without allowing questions.
"I've read some headlines that are not nice, I talked with my family and the queen. We page and look forward, because as I understand it, these cases occurred long ago," he told a news conference.
The Swedish king apologized saying the book had come into his possession yesterday afternoon and had not been, final fantasy xiv gil, able to read, so that he could not "do a review of a book that I have not read."
The author of Den motvillige Monark, Thomas Sjoeberg, Swedish media has explained that "party comrades" of the king led him repeatedly to "quirky local clubs in Stockholm, where people have been exposed to environments of light years a head of state should attend. "
Sjoeberg not believe that the absence of identified sources to support the revelations undermine the credibility of the book and has appealed to the right to protect its informants. However, he has spoken shoulder "with enough women in the circle next to the king and his group individually and independently have been told the same stories." Speculation about a hypothetical lawsuit for defamation of the royal family do not frighten either the writer or the publisher, Lind & Co.
Rumors had been published on the activities of the king
"We can not speculate that women come to light. Do not force them to leave our sources, is fear that will not, and is something that must be respected. There is a reason for there to be protection of sources," says editor Kristoffer Lind.
In addition, Lind notes that in a hypothetical trial to prove that no sources are right, but there is an "objective basis" to believe in what they affirm, "and there no doubt."
Rumors about alleged infidelities of the monarch and his visits to strip clubs have appeared previously in the Swedish tabloids, including some of those mentioned in the book, like a visit to one during the Atlanta Games 96.
That visit was denied at the time by the Royal Family, headed by Carl XVI Gustaf, king since 1973 and married to Silvia Sommerlath German stewardess, now Queen, four year later. Together they had three children: Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Carl Philip and Princess Madeleine.
The book has achieved a resounding success: in one day has almost exhausted the initial 20,000 copies and the publisher has already announced a second edition.