A unique film about Haga Palace in Stockholm, the home of the Swedish Crown Princess Victoria, her husband Prince Daniel, and their daughter Princess Estelle.
This is the first time the Crown Princess admits a TV team into her home, and they were able to follow the family for a whole year. The result is a warm and interesting documentary about Haga Palace’s exciting history, as well as an insight into what it means to be member of a Royal family in the 21st century. In the film old archive footage is intertwined with newly made interviews with the Crown Princess and her family.
- For me it is very special that the family is back at Haga. The castle was built by my ancestors once upon a time so it feels like we have come full circle, says Crown Princess Victoria in the film.
- I think many people have waited for this programme. Haga Palace is an important link in the Swedish history and the fact that the Crown Princess couple, together with Princess Estelle, now show the castle like this is totally unique, says the director Sara Bull.
We also get to meet the Master of Chambers, Jonas Wallin, who talks about Haga Palace’s history and shows how to set the tables for a gala dinner.