Category:Prince Carl Bernadotte

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Carl (1911-2003) was Prince of Sweden (from birth) and The Duke of Ostrogothland (Östergötland). Later in life he was known as Prince Carl Bernadotte.

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Prince Carl Bernadotte 
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Date of birth10 January 1911
Date of death27 June 2003
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  • Princess Madeleine Bernadotte
  • Kristine Bernadotte (1978–2003)
  • Elsa von Rosen (1937–1951)
  • Marianne De Geer
  • Ann Margareta Larsson (1954–)
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