Princess Victoria meets with Princess Ayako of Takamado

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden met with Princess Ayako of Takamado at the Royal palace in Stockholm, Sweden on November 12, 2015. (Princess Ayako is a member of the Imperial House of Japan and the daughter of Norihito, Prince Takamado and Hisako, Princess Takamado. She is the youngest of the couple's three daughters.)
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden met with Princess Ayako of Takamado at the Royal palace in Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden met with Princess Ayako of Takamado at the Royal palace in Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden met with Princess Ayako of Takamado at the Royal palace in Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden met with Princess Ayako of Takamado at the Royal palace in Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden met with Princess Ayako of Takamado at the Royal palace in Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden met with Princess Ayako of Takamado at the Royal palace in Stockholm, Sweden

10 comments:

  1. Dignified and lovely the Princesses visited, and Japanese royals are with the Europeans. She may have been the Princess quietly studying her advance degree in London.

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    1. Princess Ayako of Takamado is not the princess studied in London.

      That is Princess Mako of Akishino. The eldest child of Akishino. Akishino is the second son of Emperor Akihito. Akishino family has true dignity, nobleness and elegance. Akishino family is our hope for the true Japanese royals.

      Akishino family has been working too hard to cover the royal malfunction of the family of Crown Prince Naruhito... I'm worried about Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko.

      http://www.hellomagazine.com/royalty/2015092227314/princess-mako-of-akishino-leicester-university/

      Takako

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  2. Crown Princess Victoria has the most boring hairstyle among princesses. And all this excessive pulling of hair is no good and sadly she's starting to have receding hairline. Please be more gentle to your hair!
    Otherwise I like her dress.
    Bye, Maria

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  3. Hair has its own life especially while a women is pregnant.

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  4. Ayako of Takamado went to the foreign countries without adopting a Cabinet council decision.
    She does Imperial diplomacy while saying the thing for overseas training programs of the universities.

    Is it a guide for Masako to travel freely without adopting a Cabinet council decision?
    Or is it the overseas travel for treasure carrying outs of the Imperial Family?

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  5. Victoria toujours la même coiffure qui ne la met pas en valeur
    et MM c'est son style vestimentaire qui ne la met pas en valeur
    on ne peut pas être parfaite

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  6. Victoria devrait vraiment adopter un style de coiffure moins severe, bien que je ne la vois pas avec une cascade de cheveux a la Kate. Quant a MM, son style vestimentaire est vieux jeu et la fait paraitre demodee et sans chic

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  7. Is Victoria having twins? She had more of a pronounced bump than she did when she carried Estelle. Sofia's baby is due in April, and she barely looks pregnant

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    1. I think the same. Older women have twins more often then younger women, when reproductive system gets older, the possibility of pregnancy is smaller so the ovaries tend to send more than one egg at once.

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  8. Maybe two baby-boys, the whole family will be over the moon.

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