66-year-old Swedish-born actor Dolph Lundgren and his wife Emma Krokdahl recently experienced a major personal milestone, becoming US citizens after living in the country for more than four decades. The couple proudly shared photos from the naturalization ceremony on Instagram, where Lundgren expressed his deep love for America.
In the photos, they raise their right hands as they pledge allegiance to the United States during the ceremony, writes WomanEL.
TUMAZAR released a sensual song for Valentine's DayPenelope Cruz suffers from amaxophobia: details of the psychological disorder Dolph and Emma swear allegiance to the United States. Source: Instagram Lundgren, best known for his iconic role as Ivan Drago in Rocky IV, exchanged vows in a stunning ceremony in Mykonos, Greece in July 2023 after announcing their engagement in June 2020. The couple met in 2019 at a gym in Los Angeles and have been inseparable ever since.
In a heartfelt statement, Dolph praised Emma for supporting him in both his personal and professional life. They worked on various projects together, demonstrating their strong bond and shared ambitions. The actor's gratitude to his wife is obvious, especially when he reflects on his past relationships.
Lundgren was previously married to Anette Kviberg, with whom he has two daughters, Ida and Greta. He also had a brief fling with the legendary Grace Jones before his acting career took off.
Despite health issues, including a diagnosis of kidney cancer in 2015, Lundgren remained steadfast, giving credit to the Emmys for her unwavering support during his treatment. In 2024, after receiving U.S. citizenship, the couple celebrated their new status and the opportunities it brings.
Dolph and Crockdal's path to U.S. citizenship symbolizes their commitment to each other and their shared goals. As they begin a new chapter in their lives, they continue to inspire others with their resilience, love and dedication.