Those questions have the nation in a tizzy and are posing the monarchy its most serious challenge during Carl XVI Gustaf's nearly four decades on the throne.
The media, much less Strip clubs Sweeden by the royal family than the public, is attacking the year-old monarch with unprecedented fury. One leading newspaper has even urged the king to step.
Others suggest he should go if it turns out he was lying when he denied visiting strip clubs in the US and Slovakia, claims first presented in a book published last year. At the heart of the scandal is "The Reluctant Monarch," a book released in November that for the first time put into print long-standing rumors about the private life of Carl Gustaf, who has three adult children with his German-born wife, Queen Silvia.
The Strip clubs Sweeden alleged that the king had a secret love affair in the s and described how Nights of Varberg massage studio and his friends frequented private Strip clubs Sweeden clubs in Stockholm where they were entertained by scantily clad women.
Many of the allegations are poorly sourced and critics say the book, which was presented as a biography, amounts to nothing more than a gossip magazine in hard cover. The king's supporters say he's the victim of a malicious slander campaign fueled by republican forces who normally don't get much attention in Strip clubs Sweeden.
Most Swedes want to preserve the constitutional Strip clubs Sweeden even though it's widely seen as contradicting the principles of democracy and equality that underpin Swedish society. The monarchy's survival hinges to a large degree on its popularity.
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