Lena Kallersjö is the wife of Björn Ulvaeus. Lena Kallersjö’s husband, Ulvaeus is a Swedish singer-songwriter, producer, a member of the Swedish musical group ABBA, and co-composer of the musicals Chess, Kristina från Duvemåla, and Mamma Mia! He co-produced the films Mamma Mia! and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again with fellow ABBA member and close friend Benny Andersson. Lena Kallersjö is also a music journalist.
How did the two love birds meet? The couple has not given any public account about the circumstances that led to their paths crossing and eventually leading to marriage. However, Lena Kallersjo and Björn Ulvaeus have been married for 40 years. They were dating for 2 years after getting together in Jan 1979 and were married on 5th Jan 1981. They got married in a beautiful ceremony in the presence of their friends, family, and loved ones.
They have 2 children, Emma Ulvaeus (39) and Anna Ulvaeus (35).
Her husband, Björn Ulvaeus is a 76-year-old Swedish Musician. Born Björn Kristian Ulvaeus on 25th April, 1945 in Gothenburg, Sweden, he is famous for Abba. His zodiac sign is Taurus. There is no information available related to the age, date, and place of birth of Lena Kallersjö. She has kept all this information private away from the public.
Ulvaeus and her wife, Källersjö live on a private island in Djursholm, an upscale area in Danderyd municipality north of Stockholm. From 1984 to 1990 they lived in the United Kingdom, where Ulvaeus founded an IT business with his brother.
Lena Kallersjö’s husband, Ulvaeus is also one of four people (including Per Gessle) who own NoteHeads, a Swedish company that publishes the music notation program Igor Engraver.
Ulvaeus is a member of the International Humanist and Ethical Union’s Swedish member organization Humanisterna and was awarded their annual prize, Hedenius-priset, in 2006. Ulvaeus describes himself as an atheist. He has appeared on several shows discussing his views about religion.
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Ulvaeus suffered from severe long-term memory loss. However, in a 2009 interview, he stated that reports of his memory loss were “hugely exaggerated”. In a TV interview with Fredrik Skavlan, Ulvaeus said the memory loss pertained to episodic memory. He said that, for instance, he was not nostalgic for his days with ABBA: “It was good while it lasted.”
The Guardian called Lena Kallersjö’s husband Sweden’s “highest-profile cash-free campaigner”, explaining that “after his son was robbed several years ago, Ulvaeus became an evangelist for the electronic payment movement, claiming that cash was the primary cause of crime and that ‘all activity in the black economy requires cash’”. He has reportedly been living cash-free for more than a year, and ABBA The Museum has operated cash-free since it opened in May 2013.