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It's the story that dreams are made of and this weekend, 'commoner' Daniel Westling will marry the Swedish Crown princess and become royalty.
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Princess Victoria will marry her former gym trainer in a lavish ceremony that is being dubbed the party of the century by both royal watchers and local residents of Stockholm.
More than 200,000 people are expected to line the streets as Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel are escorted through the town in a horse-drawn carriage.
This weekend's wedding is another example of a member from the monarchy choosing to marry a person with seemingly no royal roots.
For the past seven years, Prince William from the United Kingdom has been dating his former flatmate, Kate Middleton and there is much speculation that the pair might get engaged this summer.
In Denmark, Prince Frederik married an Australian, Mary Elizabeth Donaldson, whom he met at a bar during the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
The couple got married on May 14, 2004, and have two children together.
There are also other examples of marriages between members of the royal family and individuals with no royal roots that haven't fared very well.
Sarah Ferguson married Prince Andrew in 1986, but less than ten years later, the couple divorced.
Prince Charles was famously married to the late Princess Diana in 1981. Unfortunately, in 1996, the couple divorced.
We want to know what you think.
Is it possible for a person with no royal roots to survive the intense pressure, scrutiny and attention that comes with marrying a member of the royal family?
Is it really possible for there to be a fairy tale ending?
Let us know what you think and please leave your comments below. Be sure to tell us where you're writing from.