Catarina Hurtig

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Catarina Hurtig
Born Anna Catarina Helena Hurtig
(1975-03-02)2 March 1975

Catarina Hurtig (born 2 March 1975) is a Swedish journalist and author and participant in the TV-show I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!.

Catarina lives close to the Royal Stables in Östermalm in Stockholm with her son.

Career[edit]

In 2009 Catarina Hurtig started a media war being the first to publish the news on her blog "Ladylike" that Prince Carl Philip had split up with his former girlfriend.

Catarina Hurtig was the host of the TV-show Royally, shown during the spring 2005. She started as a royal reporter in 1999 and has followed the royalties ever since. She has been a guest at several royal weddings and travelled with Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden to countries like Uganda, Ethiopia, Lithuania and Japan and accompanied her to the Emperor of Japan in the Akasaka palace in Tokyo, and participied in the King and Queen of Sweden's state visits to the King and Queen of Thailand as well as to the Sultan of Brunei.

She has personally interviewed Albert II, Prince of Monaco and Ari Behn, husband of Märtha Louise, Princess of Norway, several of the European princesses – which is something quite unique. She is seen in TV-shows around Europe, German RTL and Dutch RTL Boulevard and Blauw Bloed (Blue Blood).

Catarina Hurtig is the author of the books The Royal Year and Princesses, portraiting ten princesses of Europe: Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, Madeleine, Princess of Sweden, Märtha Louise, Princess of Norway, Mette-Marit, Crown Princess of Norway, Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark, Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg, Máxima, Princess of the Netherlands, Mathilde, Princess of Belgium, Letizia, Princess of Spain and Charlotte Casiraghi of Monaco.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Uppdrag: Prinsessa, Bonnier Fakta, Stockholm, Sweden 2006. ISBN 91-85015-80-6 (inb.). Libris 10017430.
  • H.K.H. Victoria: ett personligt porträtt, Norstedt, Stockholm, Sweden 2010. ISBN 978-91-1-302780-7 (inb.). Libris 11746171.
  • Det kungliga året 2008, Natur och Kultur, Stockholm, Sweden 2008. ISBN 91-27-11673-5 (inb.). Libris 10654093.
  • Prinsessor i Skandinavien, Adelphi Audio, Stockholm, Sweden 2010. ISBN 91-86303-80-5 (audiobook). Libris 11829077.
  • Prinsessor, Pocketförlaget, Stockholm, Sweden 2007. ISBN 978-91-85625-54-3. Libris 10417320.
  • H.K.H. Victoria: ett personligt porträtt, Norstedt, Stockholm, Sweden 2010. ISBN 978-91-1-302780-7 (inb.). Libris 11746171.
  • Yrke: prinsesse, Gyldendal, Oslo 2007. ISBN 978-82-05-36755-5.
  • Profession: prinsesse, People's Press, Copenhagen 2007. ISBN 978-87-7055-094-9.
  • Profession: prinsesse, Den Grimme Ælling, Copenhagen 2007. (audiobook)
  • Todelliset prinsessat, Otava, Helsinki, Soumi 2007. ISBN 978-951-1-21526-4.
  • Prinsessen, A.W. Bruna Uitgevers, Utrecht, Netherlands 2007. ISBN 978-90-229-9342-2.
  • Päris printsessid, Kirjastus Kunst, Tallinn, Estonia 2009. ISBN 978-9949-437-40-5
  • Европейские принцессы, Катарина Хартиг, Амфора,(Amphora), St Petersburg, Russia 2009. ISBN 978-5-367-01128-9

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