Princess Sofia Of Sweden Fights Back At Cyber Bullies And Trolls

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Princess Sofia of Sweden has undergone a strange experience as royalty. She has got a lot of trolls, hate mails and scorching comments over social media. Having been bullied for everything, including her marriage to Prince Carl Philip, her experiences with reality television shows and her looks, Princess Sofia isn't too happy with her situation.

In a special podcast about her royal experience, she explained that she is cooperating with husband Prince Carl Philip to fight bullying in Sweden. She said that she has "suffered enormous cyber abuse," which was like ramming into a wall. Though it hit her hard, it did make her understand the everyday experiences of the youth today, according to Womansday:.

In August of last year, Princess Sofia poured out her feelings in a special blog post and said that bullying could lead to wounds as well as pain. Hence, she urges Sweden's youth to stop Internet bullying, and even if they do want to, they could first write a positive comment before the negative one. It would help to convert 'net hate' in Sweden to 'net love.'

She had to close her Facebook page as well as related social media accounts due to the number of negative comments she was slapped with by critics. Many of the comments still stick to her like burrs, according to People. A number of royal observers said that she "wasn't fit to be a part of the Swedish royal family" as she carried a scandalous past with her.

Sofia had been a glamor model for many Swedish men's magazines. She was also one of the stars of the national hit reality show called "Paradise Hotel" in 2005. Her fans and supporters explain that the negative comments could be due to the jealousy of the public. Princess Sofia is beautiful and also married to Carl Philip. Many media outlets in both Sweden and other countries call the royal pair the "most stunning royal couple in the world today."


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