“He picked the colors for the bridesmaids dresses and even the flower girl dresses,” Nadia says. “He picked the cake, the color and everything, so it will be a surprise to me,” she said before she tied the knot.
The wedding cake he chose was a unique pink ombre color -- it is dark pink on the bottom and fades to white on the top.
Along with her brothers Ulf and Jean Paul, Björlin attended the Palm Beach County School of the Arts (now Dreyfoos School of the Arts) for her first 2 years of high school.
During her time there, Björlin sang with the Palm Beach Opera and in 1996, she competed in a large international vocal competition in Verona, Italy, where she was part of the choir who won the gold medal.
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Chloe, DAYS) when she revealed via her facebook that she and her new beau, Grant Turnbull are officially engaged! with Grant Turnbull,” stated Bjorlin on her facebook page.
The guest list included her fellow cast mates Spencer Neville, Molly Burnett and Crystal Chappell and her husband Mike Sabatino, Christian Le Blanc and Michelle Stafford from "The Young And The Restless" joined the outdoor ceremony at Colony 29 along with "General Hospital’s" Michelle Stafford and Sunset Beach cutie Susan Ward.
She changed her mind when she heard that Nancy was in a coma, and returned to Salem. Her initial relationship with Craig was very tense, because she constantly had to lie about who she really was, but they soon found an even ground they could communicate on, even becoming friends.Being born after the Revolution of Iran, Björlin says she "grew up in a time where Iranians were looked down upon in places of the world".Björlin's family moved back and forth between the States and Sweden before she was seven years old.She has described her childhood as "wonderful" with "loving parents and siblings to lean on", although Björlin recalls being "oblivious" to racial tensions going on in Sweden.Although she never attended school there, a few of her siblings did and she remembers them talking about how they "experienced some torment" from classmates due to being half-Iranian.Björlin is fluent in English, Swedish, and Persian and is also schooled in French, Italian, and Russian. Björlin's family moved to her father's native country of Sweden while she was still an infant.