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Sweden's Princess Madeleine Wedding Details Are Getting Locked Down For June Ceremony

Planning a wedding is hard work -- we know this from watching "Say Yes To The Dress" marathons. So we can only imagine how much Sweden's Princess Madeleine is doing to prepare for her big day in June.

In an interview released on the Swedish monarchy's website, the 30-year-old royal dishes about what she's accomplished thus far. Madeleine's wedding to New York-based banker Christopher O'Neill is set to take place on June 8 in Stockholm's Royal Palace, so things are just heating up:

"Remember that there are less than four months to go! Time flies when you're having fun. We're planning everything to the last detail even though I'm in New York and working for the World Childhood Foundation ... We will have an afternoon wedding followed by dinner held out at Drottningholm Palace, which I am very happy about. Drottningholm Palace means a lot to me because I was born and grew up there."

(Ed. note: Did anyone else realize we have a Swedish royal in our American midsts?)

By marrying a non-noble, the princess is following in the footsteps of her older sister, Crown Princess Victoria, who wed personal trainer Daniel Westling in 2010 -- oh, and there was that little known wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, in case you forgot that one.

In the interview, Madeleine also makes sure to mention that she's got her bridesmaids and guest list sorted out. "Invitations will be sent out before April 1, so we have some time to ourselves," she said. "It has been a difficult process when you want to invite everyone but unfortunately it's not possible."

So we'll sit tight until our invitation arrives in the mail. See you in the Royal Chapel in June, guys?

See Princess Madeleine's royal style!

Princess Madeleine of Sweden

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