CARL PHILIP PRINCE OF SWEDEN
Carl Philip Edmund Bertil
Prince of Sweden, Duke of Värmland (His Royal Highness)
Royal Palace, Stockholm, Sweden, May 13th 1979
Carl XVI Gustaf King of Sweden (1946) and 1976, Silvia Sommerlath (1943)
Victoria (1977, married) and Madeleine (1982)
Education and work:
Vasterled parish preschool, Vasterled (1984-86); Smedslättsskolan, Bromma (since 1986) - junior level; Ålstensskolan, Bromma (until 1992) - intermediate level; Enskilda Gymnasium, Stockholm (1992-94) - senior level; private school Kent, Connecticut (1994-96); Lundsberg school (graduated 1999) - science programme; military service at the Amphibious Batallion at Vaxholm's Coast Artillery Regiment as a combat boat commander (combat boat 90) (August 30th, 1999 - October 4th, 2000); Swedish Navy (2001-2004) - education for navy officer, became a lieutenant in 2004 and lieutenant in December 2007; in May 2006 he completed a two-year course in graphic design at Forsbergs School of Graphic Design in Stockholm; studied graphic design in the USA during Spring 2006; Photographic studies at the National Geographic Society in Washington in the Autumn of 2006; studied design at the Rhode Island School of Design in the USA in the Spring of 2007 until 2008; studied agriculture and forestry during the autumn of 2008, work experience at Stenhammars estate; Since 2009 he studies at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Alnarp.
art, scouting (when he was younger), sports (athletics, motor sports, football, tennis, skiing, swimming), hunting and nature. He has a racing licence of the Swedish Motor Sport Association.
He was born as a crown prince, but in 1980 his older sister Victoria became the crown princess after a change in the law; 1.82m tall. He and his girlfriend Emma Pernald decided to take a break in their relationship in February 2009, after ten years. Since 2010 he is dating Sofia Hellqvist. In December 2003 he designed a CD cover that was distributed in conjunction with The Queen's birthday containing music from the Nutcracker by Tchaikovsky.
Further information about his family: Links: Sweden