Princess Victoria attends a opening exhibition in Stockholm

Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends an opening of an exhibition devoted to Count Folke Bernadotte’s activities at the Mediterranean Sea Museum on September 17, 2015 in Stockholm, Sweden. (Folke Bernadotte, Count of Wisborg (January 2, 1895 – September 17, 1948), was a Swedish diplomat. After representing Sweden at several international events, he became Director of the Swedish Boy Scouts (Sveriges Scoutförbund) in 1937. His murder while attempting to end conflict between the State of Israel and the Arab world made him a martyr for peace.)
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends an opening of an exhibition devoted to Count Folke Bernadotte’s activities at the Mediterranean Sea Museum
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends an opening of an exhibition devoted to Count Folke Bernadotte’s activities at the Mediterranean Sea Museum
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends an opening of an exhibition devoted to Count Folke Bernadotte’s activities at the Mediterranean Sea Museum
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends an opening of an exhibition devoted to Count Folke Bernadotte’s activities at the Mediterranean Sea Museum
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends an opening of an exhibition devoted to Count Folke Bernadotte’s activities at the Mediterranean Sea Museum
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends an opening of an exhibition devoted to Count Folke Bernadotte’s activities at the Mediterranean Sea Museum
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends an opening of an exhibition devoted to Count Folke Bernadotte’s activities at the Mediterranean Sea Museum
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends an opening of an exhibition devoted to Count Folke Bernadotte’s activities at the Mediterranean Sea Museum
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends an opening of an exhibition devoted to Count Folke Bernadotte’s activities at the Mediterranean Sea Museum
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends an opening of an exhibition devoted to Count Folke Bernadotte’s activities at the Mediterranean Sea Museum
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends an opening of an exhibition devoted to Count Folke Bernadotte’s activities at the Mediterranean Sea Museum
Pregnant Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attends an opening of an exhibition devoted to Count Folke Bernadotte’s activities at the Mediterranean Sea Museum
Crown Princess Victoria Style MAYLA Jacket
MAYLA Jacket (AW-14-15 Collection)

12 comments:

  1. I wish you would not keep calling her "pregnant Princess Victoria" and, as you have in a previous post, saying "check out her baby bump"... this is rude and intrusive. We all know she is pregnant and are delighted for her, but let her get on with her life without personal comments.

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    1. Believe it or not, there are some people on this planet who do not know that Victoria is pregnant.

      Why is it rude? It's natural to check out baby bumps, we look to see how big it's getting. Now if people started touching her tummy, that would be "rude and intrusive".

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    2. Amen to that! Well said

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  2. I don't agree with the person posting as "Anonymous". (Anonymous, really????) Being pregnant is not a disease. It is not something to be ashamed of either, and I doubt very seriously if Crown Princess Victoria thinks it is rude and intrusive to point out she is pregnant with her second child. I would imagine she is very happy and proud of the fact.

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    1. So what if someone publishes as Anonymus? You have a name and we still don't know who you are. Being pregnant is not a disease but it is boring and annoying to ephasize that all the time. Sure she is happy, but it just sounds stupid to write "pregnant Victoria" all the time.

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    2. I agree 09:02.

      It's a nod to the GIFT of life, Pride of the natural for humanity and to other women who continue to work, active (compared to lazy hidden middleton who shops, avoid service and duties using pregnancy and babies even with loads of staff and nannies, as an excuse).

      Crown Princess Victoria, Madeline, Sofia continue duties (instead of self indulgent, hidden in palaces) and other dedicated hardworking regal royals with children, are highlighting lazy middleton is NOT the norm for other ladies (royal and regular pregnant women).

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  3. Looking lovely.

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  4. Enough of all that! What earrings is she wearing? I know it's a repeat but I thought you might be so kind to post a pic again. I love dreaming of owning these beautiful baubles!

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