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: Im not sure the Belgian and Dutch examples
: would not have been good enough for Sweden
: in the sixties. They already accepted Lady
: Louise Mountbatten decades before.
: Unfortunately no Swedish prince married a
: foreign noble lady in that decade.
: I rember reading that some felt that the
: rules were streached, but given her royal
: rooths and the fact that another
: Mountbatten (by choice) was good enough for
: the future British Queen, she was accepted.
You really don't know what you are talking about, do you? Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf married Lady Louise Mountbatten in 1923. How would it be possible that she was accepted because the future British Queen married a "Mountbatten" more than two decades later. (And Prince Philip isn't really a Mountbatten. Neither his father, nor his mother was a Mountbatten.)
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