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US News Silvia from Sweden: The accident destroyed all of her plans

18:35  25 february  2021
18:35  25 february  2021 Source:   bunte.de

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Last week, Silvia from Sweden (77) fell early in the morning in her private apartment in Drottningholm Palace. Her personal doctor was there quickly and advised an X-ray because of the pain. Silvia was taken to the hospital in Danderyd by ambulance. Even her daughter Madeleine (38) was informed in the middle of the night (because of a six-hour time difference) in Florida so that she would not get the news from the media and be frightened. Court spokeswoman Margareta Thorgren announced: "The queen did not suffer a concussion, but caught herself with her right hand. She sustained several fractures in her wrist. She is now wearing a cast and will take it easy for the next few weeks."

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Everything was still in order: At her husband's side, Queen Silvia enchants in sea blue. We show you how incredibly beautiful it looks in the video below.

Compulsory break for Queen Silvia: Rest is twice as difficult for her

After the long Corona restrictions, Silvia is now finding it twice as difficult. As a right-handed woman, she will need help in everyday life for at least six weeks. Skiing and romping around with the grandchildren is taboo. The situation of needing support reminds her of her skiing accident in Klosters in 2015, which resulted in a complicated shoulder injury. Compulsory breaks are not easy for the committed monarch.

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