Princess Madeleine of Sweden, left, and Nobel Chemistry Prize 2015 co-winner US Paul Modrich, Princess Christina of Sweden and Nobel Chemistry Prize 2015 co-winner Turkish-American Aziz Sancar arrive for the 2015 Nobel Banquet at the Stockholm City Hall on December 10, 2015.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden, left, and Nobel Chemistry Prize 2015 co-winner US Paul Modrich, Princess Christina of Sweden and Nobel Chemistry Prize 2015 co-winner Turkish-American Aziz Sancar arrive for the 2015 Nobel Banquet at the Stockholm City Hall on December 10, 2015. SOREN ANDERSSON AFP/Getty Images
Princess Madeleine of Sweden, left, and Nobel Chemistry Prize 2015 co-winner US Paul Modrich, Princess Christina of Sweden and Nobel Chemistry Prize 2015 co-winner Turkish-American Aziz Sancar arrive for the 2015 Nobel Banquet at the Stockholm City Hall on December 10, 2015. SOREN ANDERSSON AFP/Getty Images

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