Sweden: The Princess & the Trucker

The marrying season of Scandinavian princesses rolled on last week with a rainy ceremony on Oland island, 145 miles south of Stockholm. As King Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden led his eldest granddaughter, Princess Margaretha, 29, down the aisle of the 13th century church of Gardslosa, the pink-faced groom, British Trucking Executive John Ambler, 40, waited beside an altar trimmed with wild flowers and flanked with birch trees. Television lights gleamed on the bride's golden crown and her simple wedding dress and veil of Brussels lace. Standing before Lutheran Archbishop Gunnar Hultgren,...

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