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  1. Sigvard Oscar Fredrik, Prince Bernadotte, Count of Wisborg (7 June 1907 – 4 February 2002) born as, and until 1934 known as, Prince Sigvard of Sweden, Duke of Uppland, was a member of the Swedish Royal Family and a successful industrial designer by profession.

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  3. 1937, Prince Bernadotte (armoiries donné par son beau-frère Léopold III de Belgique), écartelé au 1 et 4, d'or à la tête de lion arraché de sable, lampassé et dentée de gueules ; au 2 et 3 de gueules, au griffon d'or, becqué, langué et armé d'azur, accompagné de quatre roses d'argent (Östergötland) sur le tout de Pontecorvo (d'azur, au pont à trois arches d'argent, sur une ...

  4. Sigvard Bernadotte (1907–2002), Graf von Wisborg, vormals Herzog von Uppland, Sohn Gustav VI. Adolfs, Designer, verheiratet mit Marianne (* 1924), Schauspielerin Carl Johan Bernadotte (1916–2012), Graf von Wisborg, vormals Herzog von Dalarna, Sohn Gustav VI.

  5. As head of the House of Bernadotte, Carl Gustaf has also been able to make a number of decisions about the titles and positions of its members. The King's heir apparent , after passage on 1 January 1980 of a new law establishing absolute primogeniture (the first such law passed in Western European history), [1] is Crown Princess Victoria , the eldest child of the King and his wife, Queen Silvia .

  6. Prince Carl Philip has been a scout and is fond of outdoor life. He is keen on sport and athletics, especially football, swimming, sailing and skiing.In 2003, he completed the historic Swedish "Vasaloppet", the longest cross country ski race in the world.

  7. Sigvard Bernadotte, Count of Wisborg; Ingrid, Queen of Denmark; Prince Bertil, Duke of Halland; Carl Johan Bernadotte, Count of Wisborg; Margaret was a dedicated mother to her children, and was determined to spend time with them. She was not keen on letting them be raised by nursery staff, as was the convention of the day.