Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel attended a aid concert

On November 07, 2015, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel attended the aid concert 'Playing for Life' for refugees in Europe in Berwaldhallen. Musicians from The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra performed with the Radio Choir and soloists, at the program was music from Tormis, Brahms, Mahler, Leoncavallo, Fröst, Mozart, Strauss and Massenet.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel attended the aid concert 'Playing for Life' for refugees in Europe in Berwaldhallen.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel attended the aid concert 'Playing for Life' for refugees in Europe in Berwaldhallen.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel attended the aid concert 'Playing for Life' for refugees in Europe in Berwaldhallen.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel attended the aid concert 'Playing for Life' for refugees in Europe in Berwaldhallen.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel attended the aid concert 'Playing for Life' for refugees in Europe in Berwaldhallen
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel attended the aid concert 'Playing for Life' for refugees in Europe in Berwaldhallen
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel attended the aid concert 'Playing for Life' for refugees in Europe in Berwaldhallen
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10 comments:

  1. Regal, beautiful and busy Crown Princess Couple!

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  2. Je le dis au départ, j'aime beaucoup la princesse héritière Victoria de Suède mais pourquoi, une si jeune femme, enceinte en pllus, doit-elle aussi souvent porter du noir? On dirait qu'elle s'en va à une veillée funéraire. Je pense qu'il y a moyen d'être sobre avec un choix judicieux de couleurs. Je pense même que sa maman, la reine Sylvia, s'habille moins souvent en noir que sa fille. Heureusement que la princesse Victoria a le sourire facile, cela fait oublier un peu, un tout petit peu, le déprimant noir qu'elle revêt trop fréquemment.

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  3. Anonymous 14:20 Je crois que c'est quelque chose culturelle. Les Suédois aiment bien le noir (et en gros tous les Scandinavians), specifiquement les plus jeunes generations.

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  4. @Anonymous 16h57: Eh bien, je n'aurais jamais pensé que cela puisse être d'ordre culturel. Reste quand même que le noir pour moi peut-être parfois élégant mais la vie est si courte et il y a tellement de belles couleurs qui font tout aussi chic que le noir, que la princesse Victoria pourrait se le permettre.

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  5. i like Prince Daniel so sweet and know where he stand behind the future Queen not like Princess Mary she goes ahead with Prince Frederik, she thinks she is the Queen, she is the future Queen consort who should stands behind her husband

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    1. He always appears wishy-washy.

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    2. L. Tolentino00:57 Different situation Daniel being a gentleman would let the lady go first even in non official and private events. Frederik as future king always goes first at official events but as a gentleman we see at non official and private events he lets the lady go first, the same thing we see with Charles and Camilla, WA and Max and William and Kate. Spain appears to be the only royals where we don't see this perhaps male chauvinism or a different culture.

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  6. Oh that big jowl of Victoria's...and her hairdo's always seem to point out her protuberant chin. She must be proud of it but imho it makes her look too masculine for me :-(
    Take care, Miranda

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  7. She looks nice, but the dress is to short and the same boring hairknot. Why o why??

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  8. Such a lovely couple and Victoria is looking beautiful.

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