Princess Sofia of Sweden attended a diploma ceremony

Princess Sofia of Sweden attended a diploma ceremony with Project Playground and Lugna Gatan in Fryshuset, Stockholm on August 19, 2015. (Project Playground is a Swedish non-profit organization working towards increasing the possibilities in life, by creating a meaningful spare time with focus on the individual, for children and youth. The organization is politically and religiously independent and has The UN’s Convention on the Rights of the Child as its starting-point.)
Sofia Hellqvist  attended a diploma ceremony with Project Playground and Lugna Gatan
Sofia Hellqvist  attended a diploma ceremony with Project Playground and Lugna Gatan
Sofia Hellqvist  attended a diploma ceremony with Project Playground and Lugna Gatan
Sofia Hellqvist  attended a diploma ceremony with Project Playground and Lugna Gatan
Sofia Hellqvist  attended a diploma ceremony with Project Playground and Lugna Gatan
Sofia Hellqvist  attended a diploma ceremony with Project Playground and Lugna Gatan
Sofia Hellqvist  attended a diploma ceremony with Project Playground and Lugna Gatan
Sofia Hellqvist  attended a diploma ceremony with Project Playground and Lugna Gatan
Sofia Hellqvist  attended a diploma ceremony with Project Playground and Lugna Gatan
Princess Sofia of Sweden attended a diploma ceremony
Princess Sofia Style IRO Astrid Sleeveless Blouse and PROJECT PLAYGROUND BraceletPrincess Sofia Style PROJECT PLAYGROUND Bracelet and IRO Astrid Sleeveless Blouse
                                       IRO Astrid Sleeveless Blouse                  PROJECT PLAYGROUND Bracelet

21 comments:

  1. Sofia looks clean, pleasant, and approachable. But oh those teeth and gummy smile........

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  2. mais elle est naturelle, sinon vous critiquerez ses modifications, il faut savoir
    cette nouvelle princesse va en surprendre plus d'un

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    1. Elle n'est pas naturelle..vous ubliez sa tatoo, n'est pas?

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  3. Her teeth make her look like a vampire, please, please get them fixed.

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  4. I like her new softer hair color. Hopefully there will be baby news soon!

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  5. She has a strong personality, let her be. I think she looks just fine, very pretty.

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  6. Sofia is beautiful and vibrant woman who clearly loves to be in the limelight (and royals are constantly in the picture, so that's a good thing!) but those teeth and gummy smile of her... At least smile with your mouth closed!

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    1. Agree she really needs her teeth fixed!!

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  7. She looks after Princess Madleine, funny - her hairstyle.

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  8. I love Princess Sofia. The royal couple seem very much in love. I am wondering if she and the Prince might be expecting a little bundle of joy.

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  9. she is really beautiful and the way God made her. what can be more perfect ? ( there is nothing wrong with her smile.) . she should not change anything for that will only open her up for nasty critisism

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    1. Agree. She is a natural beauty!

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  10. Give her time learning to be a Princess

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  11. The fact that she didn't have her teeth fixed is wonderful, because it sets her apart from what many think might be a beauty ideal, but clearly isn't. I don't want all women in this world to look alike when it comes to their teeth. In particular in the US it's mandatory to have white, even teeth, but this is so wrong and against nature. Then, all look the same, just like they'd come from an assembly line in a factory. Three cheers to diversity and natural looks.

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  12. I am sure many women reading this blog think they would be better and more beautiful princesses than Sofia, and that might me true, but it is obvious that Carl and Sofia make a great couple. Why is that so? I didn't like her before but now I understan she is a symbol of unconditional love. Her teeth aren't beautiful, her past isn't something to talk about, but Carl choose her as his true love. Love is blind and life is unpredictable. They are just people, after all, and I wish them to have a beutiful blessed life!

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  13. I was also doubtful about Sofia but now I think that she's quite suitable for the role, mainly because she's used to the media attention and royals are constantly at the spotlight. I'm sure that Sofia will have very buzy calendar (not like her certain sister-in-law!).
    She is also very beautiful (look at her eyes) and just imagine how beautiful babies they are going to make with Carl Philip.
    Agreed: her teeth are indeed weird...but they are HER teeth, not veneers like some royals have and proudly show. She's like Margrethe II in this regard who's teeth are yellow and ugly but she's not ashamed of them ;)

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  14. I think she is beautiful. As was mentioned in someone's post, she is a natural beauty. I am sure her teeth are in good condition and obviously she did not want to change them. I think of some of the other Royal ladies who have undergone plastic surgery to change/alter their appearance and I think it shows and not in a good way. Even her mother in law, the Queen, has changed her appearance, I say to each his own. I can name a couple of Royals with terribly yellow teeth from smoking who do not seem to feel the need to change.

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  15. well I love the hair and her style is flawless and I love her style and I think no need for changing perfectly beautiful teeth and she has kind warm heart I wonder that princess sofia expecting now with her prince the prince quite good as father

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  16. To all the critics of Princess Sofia's teeth: I would assume that if she were going to have them "fixed" she would have done it prior to her wedding day. Many people don't like going to the dentist...some even have a phobia. I know someone who has to be put out even when getting her teeth cleaned...and her husband is a dentist! I think it is time that all of the critics stop beating the drum on this issue. Obviously, the Prince does not care what her teeth look like and neither should you.

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