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Swedish Queen's Cell Phone Case Takes Olympic Gold



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    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 19: Queen Silvia of Sweden sits next to King Karl Gustaf of Sweden as she take a photo with here phone, which features a picture of her granddaughter Princess Estelle of Sweden, during the Equestrian Jumping individual final round A of the Rio 2016 Olympic games at the Olympic Equestrian centre on August 19, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

    There has been plenty of royalty spotted in Rio watching the 2016 Summer Olympics, but Queen Silvia of Sweden takes the gold medal when it comes to cell phone cases.

    The queen was spotted Friday at the equestrian center alongside King Karl Gustaf, snapping pictures with a phone covered with a large, adorable image of her granddaughter, Princess Estelle.

    The 4-year-old is the first grandchild for the king and queen. She apparently is the apple of her grandmother’s eye, as her 5-month-old baby brother, Prince Oscar, hasn’t found a place just yet on the back of his grandmother’s phone.

    There’s no word on what type of cell phone cover the king may have, although he seems to have an affinity for taking photos the old-fashioned way with a point-and-shoot camera.