King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Princess Sofia at the Palace Festival

On January 20 th, 2016, King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia and Princess Sofia of Sweden attended a concert at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. The concert was held in the Hall of State at the Royal Palace of Stockholm as part of the Young Music at the Palace festival. Young Music at the Palace is a week-long festival that presents talented young musicians and dancers. The festival is part of the Royal Palace Music Festival.
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia and Princess Sofia Hellqvist of Sweden attended a concert at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. The concert was held in the Hall of State at the Royal Palace of Stockholm as part of the Young Music at the Palace festival.
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia and Princess Sofia of Sweden attended a concert at the Royal Palace in Stockholm.
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia and Princess Sofia of Sweden attended a concert at the Royal Palace in Stockholm.
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia and Princess Sofia of Sweden attended a concert at the Royal Palace in Stockholm.
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia and Princess Sofia Hellqvist of Sweden attended a concert at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. The concert was held in the Hall of State at the Royal Palace of Stockholm as part of the Young Music at the Palace festival.
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia and Princess Sofia Hellqvist of Sweden attended a concert at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. The concert was held in the Hall of State at the Royal Palace of Stockholm as part of the Young Music at the Palace festival.
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia and Princess Sofia Hellqvist of Sweden attended a concert at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. The concert was held in the Hall of State at the Royal Palace of Stockholm as part of the Young Music at the Palace festival.
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia and Princess Sofia Hellqvist of Sweden attended a concert at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. The concert was held in the Hall of State at the Royal Palace of Stockholm as part of the Young Music at the Palace festival.
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia and Princess Sofia of Sweden attended a concert at the Royal Palace in Stockholm.
Princess Sofia wore H&M V-Neck DressPrincess Sofia Style YVES SAINT LAURENT Paris pumps
                                H&M V-Neck Dress                                SAINT LAURENT Paris Pumps

20 comments:

  1. Sofia is a charming beautiful woman.

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  2. I really love Princess Sofia.

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  3. Disagree! It's what the royal family is trying to do but Imogen a leopard.mever changes his spots.

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    1. I'm sure you're the exact same person you were at 20, no? Maturity is a wonderful thing. Sofia has shown in a short time that she will be a hard worker and represent Sweden well.

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  4. She's charming. I like her style especially her hairstyle. I wish the Duchess of Cambridge would try a similar hairstyle. I think that would suit her as it suits Princess Sofia very well. I also like Sofia's baby bump. :)

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  5. Sofia's posture looks as if she is struggling under the double load of pregnancy plus high heels. With her overarched back,it's likely that she will suffer back pain. I hope she is getting plenty of good effective treatment for her back. For the sake of her longterm health, she may be better off avoiding high heels in pregnancy, .
    On a fashion note, Sophie's outfit is very nice - but that dress she is wearing would be embarrassingly short when she is sitting down, especially for a front row position (!) But no doubt she will pick up more on such Tips for Royal Style as she goes along :).

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    1. Hhu NO this dress is way too short.
      You would never see Victoria in dress like this.

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    2. 5:51 Really????
      http://www.newmyroyals.com/2015/08/princess-victoria-attends-2015.html?m=1


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  6. The queen's skirt length is much, much more elegant. Sofia's dress is too short, pregnant or not, besides, she's bow-legged, doesn't look good.

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  7. The Queen is elegant as usual. Princess Sofia is looking good, too.

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  8. Sofia looks nice, but dress is too short. I think she is a really pretty girl and well received, but if I were her I would fix the misshaped teeth she has. I find them distracting when I look at her.

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  9. Victoria should learn from Sofia how to dress younger and fix her hair so she doesn't look middle aged. No more buns!

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  10. I really like Sofia. She is natural, refreshing and tries to tackle on her job in a very decent way. No Wonder she is a hard worker and is already an asset to Sweden.
    Fashion wise, the dress is too short and she has bowed legs. I don't think it's such a good idea. I don't like her hairstyle. Too flat especially aroundbher beautiful face

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  11. Come on lady's who many times have seen the other two swedes in short dresses? If this was a no no, why haven't they learned yet ;)
    http://www.fashionnstyle.com/articles/20833/20140610/princess-madeleine-christens-royal-baby-princess-leonore-in-sweden.htm
    http://www.newmyroyals.com/2015/11/princess-victoria-meets-with-princess.html?m=1
    http://www.newmyroyals.com/2015/08/princess-victoria-attends-2015.html?m=1

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    1. Fair enough. But I think that it is rather a question of form than of length. Victoria has some big and strong calves and she knows what to wear that suits her. Madeleine has perfect pins and can wear whatever she wants. This dress on Sofia doesn't look vulgar of course, but quite highlights her bowed legs thus ill fitting. Just my opinion.

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  12. Brutal comments

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  13. I don't know, why my former comment hasn't been posted. I stated, that Sofia's dress was too short and that I - for my likig - still find it strange to call her princess. What is wrong with that?????

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  14. Sofia Hellqvist's dress is H & M, 29,99 €.

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  15. a little bit too short on her.

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  16. yeah crown princess Victoria should really learn from her

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