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His father died on 26 January 1947 in an airplane crash in Denmark when Carl Gustaf was nine months old.

Upon his father's death, he became second in line to the throne, after his grandfather, Gustaf (VI) Adolf, who was then the crown prince.

Following the death of Gustaf V in 1950, Gustaf Adolf ascended the throne and thus Carl Gustaf became Sweden's new crown prince and heir apparent to the throne at the age of 4.

A short while after he became King in 1973, the new 1974 Instrument of Government took effect, formally stripping him of any formal role in the legislative process, and several other duties normally accorded to a head of state, such as the formal appointment of the prime minister, signing off legislation, and being commander-in-chief of the nation's military.

The new instrument explicitly limits the king to ceremonial functions and, among other things, to be regularly informed of affairs of state.

As head of the Royal House of Bernadotte Carl Gustaf has also been able to make a number of government-supported decisions about the titles and positions of its members.

The king's heir apparent, upon passage on 1 January 1980 of a new law establishing absolute primogeniture (the first such law passed in European history), is Crown Princess Victoria, the eldest child of the king and his wife, Queen Silvia.

Before the passage of that law, Crown Princess Victoria's younger brother, Prince Carl Philip, was briefly the heir apparent, from his birth in May 1979.

Carl Gustaf is the second-longest-reigning monarch in Swedish history after King Magnus IV, having overtaken his great-grandfather, Gustaf V, in 2016. He was the youngest of five children and the only son of Sweden's Prince Gustaf Adolf and Princess Sibylla.

He was christened at the Royal Chapel on 7 June 1946 by the Archbishop of Uppsala, Erling Eidem.

He was baptised in Charles XI's baptismal font, which stood on Gustav III's carpet and he lay in Charles XI's cradle with Oscar II's crown beside him.

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