Nobel Prize Awards Ceremony 2014

Queen Silvia of Sweden, King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend the 2014 Nobel prize award ceremony at the Stockholm Concert Hall on December 10, 2014
 Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend the 2014 Nobel prize award ceremony
 Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend the 2014 Nobel prize award ceremony
 Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend the 2014 Nobel prize award ceremony
 Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend the 2014 Nobel prize award ceremony
Sofia Hellqvist attend the Nobel Prize Banquet 2014
Sofia Hellqvist attend the Nobel Prize Banquet 2014
Sofia Hellqvist attend the Nobel Prize Banquet 2014
Sofia Hellqvist attend the Nobel Prize Banquet 2014
 Princess Madeleine of Sweden attends the Nobel Prize Banquet 2014
 Princess Madeleine of Sweden attends the Nobel Prize Banquet 2014
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend the 2014 Nobel prize award ceremony
 Queen Silvia of Sweden attends the Nobel Prize Banquet 2014
 Queen Silvia of Sweden attends the Nobel Prize Banquet 2014
Princess Victoria Dress : PAR ENGSHEDEN
Princess Madeleine Dress : FADI EL KHOURY,
Sofia Hellqvist Dress :IDA SJOSTEDT
(Source : Zimbio)
The Kings dinner for the Nobel Laureates held at the Royal Palace of Stockholm. Following the Nobel Prize Awards, King Carl XVI Gustaf invite all Laureates and distinguished guests to dinner

23 comments:

  1. C.P. Victoria looks beautiful! As for her soon to be sister-in-law, it appears she may need some pointers on how to get it right (hair: very nice/ gown: just not the right choice).

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  2. I do not particulary like the C.P. Victoria's enormous cross. As for the Queen I find that her decolette is too low for a woman of her age.

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    1. Neither do I but if it's an historic piece then you take it as it comes I suppose... I've never seen it before. I've also been wondering about the Queen showing decollette and also knees recently (wishing she wouldn't).

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    2. Perhaps it wasn't a new dress?
      I think I have seen the Queen look much better in the past. This dress was just not flattering on her. I like bright colors but I don't think I like this dress at all.

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    3. Have some patience and grace. Queen Silvia looks good for her age!!!!

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  3. I liked Princess Madeleine's overall look the most. It was very elegant, stylish, regal and her posture was wonderful. Glad to see her back for the Nobel Prize.

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  4. Crown Princess Victoria looks beautiful and so does Princess Madeleine!

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  5. Princess Sofia? Not sure she is referred to a Princess just yet.

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  6. Sofia is not a princess yet,her hair looked very nice.
    But I didn't like the dress and her décolleté was to low as well.
    Princess Victoria looks beautiful.
    The Queen has looked better,but It was ok.
    But princess Madeleine is the big winner,just loved her overall look the best.

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    1. Agreed. Madeleine is the winner, she looks gorgeous!

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  7. The three young ladies, Victoria, Madeleine and Sofia, looked so beautiful! If I have to make a choice between the three, I prefer Madeleines outfit.

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  8. What a treat to see all the ladies in tiaras. They look so regal.

    Princess Madeleine's look is my favorite. I think she is the prettiest and her dress is also my favorite. So elegant, youthful, sparkly, flattering and her earrings go perfect with that dress. Loving her look!

    uh, Sofia looks quite tacky. I don't find her that pretty and her cleavage is just inappropriate. Tacky.

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  9. Sofia s dress is nice, this time. But she has not the allure of a princess.

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  10. Wow, Madeleine looks really gorgeous, like a true princess should look. I'm so glad that she was able to attend this year, I really missed her last year, so it was a pleasure to see her attending this year. She looked breathtakingly beautiful, elegant and stylish during both events. Motherhood and married life definitely suits her! Victoria's red gown was too showy, and those pads around her hips...

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  11. I love CP Victoria's jewelry and the blue gown, it is the best of all of them!

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  12. Princess Madeleine with her dinner gown again. I really like CP Victoria's blue dress with the black panel, but then I saw the back :/ that is one strange bow in the back. I imagine it must have been an uncomfortable accessory as well.

    Princess Madeleine is gorgeous, as always. She definitely brings *PRINCESS* to mind.
    Sofia's dress is better than the ceremony dress, but still nothing special. I'm starting to think I just don't like her :P lol.

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  13. Swedish Royal family isn't my favourite at all. None of them. Sofia especially. I only love to see Queen Letizia of Spain and CP Mary of Denmark. They are confident, stylist, have vibes of a royal.

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  14. Wunderschöne Kleider. Mein Favorit ist Madeleine - wunderschöne Frau mit sehr eleganten Kleidern, insbesondere das 2. Kleid.

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  15. Yes this Sofia has no dignity at all. Hopefuly she will not become Princess after her upcoming wedding!

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  16. i like the 2e dress of Sofia, she is beautiful with this dress. But she has not the dignity of a nobel person.

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  17. Hopefully they will shell out some cash to have Sofia's snaggled teeth fix before the wedding.

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  18. Birgittafarinelli@hotmail.comDec 16, 2014, 9:24:00 PM

    I can't belive Swedish people are so negative, I'm Swedish lived abroad for 40years in USA.
    Sofia is just so pure and beautiful and her two dresses was exclusive.She handled herself very well . Well done Sofia
    and a lot of good luck with your prince
    Birgitta Farinelli

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