Prince Carl Philip & Sofia Hellqvist held a private reception at the Royal Palace

Prince Carl Philip of Sweden and his fiancee Sofia Hellqvist held a private reception after their banns of marriage for invited guests in the presence of their parents. They were presented many gifts. Sweden's Prime Minister Lefan Lofven, his wife Ulla Lofven and Urban Ahlin and his wife Jenni Ahlin attended the reception at the Royal Palace in Stockholm, Sweden on May 17, 2015.
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel, Princess Estelle, Princess Madeleine, Chris ONeill, Princess Leonore, Marie and Erik Hellqvist attend an service in the chapel and an reception for the presentation of the banns before the wedding of Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist at the Royal Palace of Stockholm, Sweden
Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist held a private reception after their banns of marriage for invited guests in the presence of their parents
Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist held a private reception after their banns of marriage for invited guests in the presence of their parents
Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist held a private reception after their banns of marriage for invited guests in the presence of their parents
Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist held a private reception after their banns of marriage for invited guests in the presence of their parents
Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist held a private reception after their banns of marriage for invited guests in the presence of their parents
Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist held a private reception after their banns of marriage for invited guests in the presence of their parents
Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist held a private reception after their banns of marriage for invited guests in the presence of their parents
Sofia Hellqviste's Style 
Max Mara Dress, Bottega Veneta Clutch and Kurt Geiger Pumps
Sofia Hellqviste's Style - Max Mara Dress Sofia Hellqviste's Style : Bottega Veneta Clutch and Kurt Geiger PumpsSofia Hellqviste's Style : Bottega Veneta Clutch and Kurt Geiger Pumps
                    Max Mara Dress                  Bottega Veneta Clutch                   Kurt Geiger Pumps

11 comments:

  1. Sophia looks beautiful (and no, I don't care what negative things many people think about her). They look happy and sparkling together, I'm looking forward to the wedding!

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  2. Being the mother of the bride I.think she should have at least wore a hat or facinator as it looks like most women did, but I guess it was optional.

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  3. Wow, if that's Sofia's mum; she is beautiful. Good-luck to the couple, as long as they're in love; then NO ONE's opinions should matter.

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    1. Looks like the mother has had a few nips and tucks since she was last seen out and about.

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  4. would agree she looks like going to the market and not to a royal event. As mother of the bride to be, definitely NO STYLE AT ALL!! RUBBISH!

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  5. So tacky. This couple will bring down the Swedish Royal Family. They belong on a reality show, not in a palace.

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  6. What on earth is that thing on top of Sofia's head? The fascinator looks cheap.

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  7. The hat looks like miss piggy ears!
    Style is nothing for this girl at all!

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  8. I have to admit, I think the fascinator looks like mickey mouse ears. Maybe because I just came from Florida. Not sure but she is lovely and wish them the best.

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  9. you cant make a hunting dog of a pig. It does not matter if she is pretty or nice. That back ground and lack of moral and acting does not belong in our royal house. Not to mention the lies of her education.

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