Sweden's Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist are officially husband and wife – and the very modern couple compiled a contemporary playlist to score their big day. Coldplay's "Fix You" – perhaps a nod to Carl Philip's recent comments that "love can change a person" – and Rihanna's "Umbrella" were among the songs specially selected by the former reality-TV star bride and her racecar-driving groom to play inside the Royal Palace chapel on Saturday.The groom, 36, could be seen breathing deeply as an Enya song played while the bride, 30, made her way down the aisle. The pair lovingly smiled at each other as they exchanged vows in an emotional ceremony before family, friends and other members of European royal families, including Britain's Prince Edward and his wife Sophie. "The whole country is in a party mood," Johanna Lejon, royals reporter at Svensk Damtidning, told PEOPLE. Sofia, who was spotted getting ready for the big day on Thursday, said recently that although she didn't attend "princess school," she has been gaining "knowledge and experience about my future as the wife of a prince." The former reality TV star, who appeared on Paradise Hotel in 2005, had to quickly get used to attention from the press when she struck up a romance with the prince in 2009. Both Sofia and Carl Philip have been vocal in defending their love.

Is Jon Snow Really Dead?_Game Of Thrones Season 5 Finale

Sometimes you can see cliffhangers coming a mile away and they still give you all the feels. Even fans of George R. R. Martin’s written word can’t help you now. Jon Snow was stabbed on Game of Thrones. The Night’s Watch trapped him and repeatedly stabbed him. Is he dead, like irreversibly? This is the end of his story in the published A Song Of Ice And Fire novels as well. We are literally all on the same page now when it comes to Jon Snowwhen Jon’s creepy squire Olly showed up bringing “news” of Benjen, a tiny part of me hoped that the vengeful kid was telling the truth. Alas, it was a trap that lead Jon Snow to a sign marked “traitor” (how mature) and a group of crows who took turns stabbing him while saying “for the Watch.” I know Game of Thrones takes a lot of inspiration from the War of the Roses and medieval Europe, but this season’s events have really had a Greek and Roman influence that cannot be denied. Speaking of dark magic, if Jon is dead I absolutely do not think he’s going to stay that way. There are too many theories about him that require him to be breathing. His story’s not over yet. To borrow from The Princess Bride, I think he’s only mostly dead. While we didn’t see Lady Stoneheart in the season finale, I don’t think the fact that this scene lead directly from the big “Franken-Mountain” reveal is a coincidence. Cersei’s bizarre pal in King’s Landing isn’t the only one with the power to raise the dead.
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