Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria attend a meeting at Royal Palace

Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel attended a workshop with Professor Tina Seelig of Stanford University at the Royal Palace in Stockholm, Sweden on September 7, 2015. (Dr. Tina Seelig is Professor of the Practice in the Dept of Management Science and Engineering (MS&E) at Stanford University. She teaches courses on creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship in the dept of MS&E and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.school) at Stanford.)
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel attended a workshop with Professor Tina Seelig of Stanford University
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel attended a workshop with Professor Tina Seelig of Stanford University
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel attended a workshop with Professor Tina Seelig of Stanford University
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel attended a workshop with Professor Tina Seelig of Stanford University
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel attended a workshop with Professor Tina Seelig of Stanford University
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel attended a workshop with Professor Tina Seelig of Stanford University
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel attended a workshop with Professor Tina Seelig of Stanford University
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel attended a workshop with Professor Tina Seelig of Stanford University
Crown Princess Victoria Style Valentino Small chain shoulder bag
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9 comments:

  1. Crown Princess Victoria looks radiant and with a lovely smile. Nothing goes wrong with a LBD

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  2. ...such a strong woman....bravissimo...

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  3. I am sorry to say it but Crown Princess Victoria has the most boring hairstyle!
    And her tightly pulled back hair are painful to watch (just imagine all the pressure her pulled back hair are causing).
    I think that it would be good to change up the hair style otherwise if you constantly pull back your hair, then that can lead to a receding hair line, hair start thinning around temples, bangs and sideburns, and you see small frizzy hairs around hair line.

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    1. We have seen your comments before. Her hair is not more boring than Mette-Marit's, Sophia's etc. She looks better with a bun then with her her down. I have to agree with you that it's not healthy for hair, but in my opinion it's ok. She used to wear ponytail instead of bun which was better.

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  4. love crown princess Victoria look at I love the bag

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  5. Personally I think CP Victoria treats being a "Crown Princess" as a job, and she dresses daily as though her role is a job, neat and smart, simple and not fussy. She can look absolutely stunning at formal occasions and when wearing gowns, but her everyday style is simple.

    A change of hairstyle might be nice for us, but Crown Princess Victoria might find a new hairstyle fussy and time consuming. Victoria might enjoy the time it would take either doing her hair herself or getting it done with her beautiful daughter.

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    1. I must say this is a very beautiful comment. She is very hard-working and takes her role seriously, she is not a fashion icon, she is a Crown princess. She will be even better as a queen.

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    2. Thank you.

      Crown Princess Victoria comes across as such a lovely, genuine person. I agree she will be a wonderful Queen.

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