King of Sweden Opened '400 Years of Royal Clocks' Exhibition

On January 22nd, 2016, Friday, King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden opened an exhibition called "In Course of Time - 400 years of royal clocks" with an opening ceremony attended by Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Christina and Mrs. Magnuson. The opening ceremony took place at Lovisa Ulrika dining hall of Royal Palace and started with the opening symphony of Royal Orchestra. The exhibition consists of more than fifty different clocks that are a part of the Royal collection.
King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden opened an exhibition called "In Course of Time - 400 years of royal clocks" with an opening ceremony attended by Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Christina and Mrs. Magnuson.
King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden opened an exhibition called "In Course of Time - 400 years of royal clocks" with an opening ceremony attended by Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Christina and Mrs. Magnuson.
King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden opened an exhibition called "In Course of Time - 400 years of royal clocks" with an opening ceremony attended by Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Christina and Mrs. Magnuson.
King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden opened an exhibition called "In Course of Time - 400 years of royal clocks" with an opening ceremony attended by Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Christina and Mrs. Magnuson.
King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden opened an exhibition called "In Course of Time - 400 years of royal clocks" with an opening ceremony attended by Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Christina and Mrs. Magnuson.
King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden opened an exhibition called "In Course of Time - 400 years of royal clocks" with an opening ceremony attended by Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Christina and Mrs. Magnuson.

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  1. Queen silvia looks so regal as always. CP Victoria and her boring bun, how tragic!

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    1. She likes it and is comfortable. Maybe she does not have a daily hair dresser. These daily comments about her hair are getting as boring as her bun. I do not care how she has her hair. She is great with or without bun.

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  2. Alors là c'est vraiment élégant ,sauf la coiffure qui la vieillit beaucoup'

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  3. Again the same comments about Victoria's hairstyle !

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    1. Have you seen improvements in her hairstyle? No. It's still the same. You will have the same comments on royal blogs, it's logical.

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  4. Je ne comprends pas cette obstination de la princesse héritière Victoria à porter cette façon d'attacher ses cheveux. Ça la vieillit tellement! Elle n'a pas un aussi joli physique que ça soeur la princesse Madeleine et cette coiffure n'arrange pas les choses. Pourtant, elle est si souriante et chaleureuse!

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    1. Tout-à-fait d'accord. Madeleine est jolie, Victoria ordinaire, sans plus. Par contre, son sourire a toujours l'air sincère, comme il se doit pour une princesse héritiere. Je crois que le monde serait choqué si elle changait cette coiffure, toute moche qu'elle soit, et que nous sommes tellement habitués à la voir porter...........

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    2. Je pense qu'elle a les cheveux très très frisés, cela pour cela qu'elle les tire autant. Je la préfère avec les cheveux plus gonflés !!!

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    3. @Lizzie: je ne crois pas que le monde serait choqué si elle changeait cette coiffure. Rarement, mais c'est déjà arrivé qu'elle la modifie et remarquez les messages, ils sont pratiquement toujours unanimes à souligner que ça lui va mieux. Je répète qu'on ne remet pas du tout en cause sa gentillesse et son sourire communicatif, ce serait juste plus à son avantage. Elle est encore jeune, elle aura bien le temps (si cela est toujours son désir) d'arborer un style de coiffure la vieillissant!

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    4. ma fille, qui a 2 semaines de différence avec Victoria, est loin d'avoir le look de Victoria ; ce chignon est affreux et la vieillit terriblement ;ma fille a une coupe courte, moderne et elle est belle

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  5. all comments concentrate on Victoria's hairstyle! on how can she stick to a style generally criticised?

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  6. I really like Queen Silvia. Really nice color for her.
    The Crown Princess should wear jewel colors more often. This is such a wonderful shade for her and enliven her black dress+tights. If only she would get rid of that boring bun.............

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  7. Has it not dawned on you who critise the hairstyles that Victoria likes her bun and Maxima likes her blonde tresses and are they not entitled to wear a style that they are happy and comfortable with. They dont have to please anybody else.

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    1. What the point of having long hair when it's never down? just asking.

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    2. AnonymousJanuary 23, 2016 at 4:39 AM
      It's easy to put up. I also have long hair, first thing in the morning I put up my hair.

      My crownprincess and I both think that other things in life are more important than the hair.
      /Anna

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    3. No one has said that she can not choose the hairstyles she wants and feels comfortable with.
      Its just that as the hairline is the most sensitive portion of the hair, so wearing hair in tightly pulled back bun/ponytail, oversyling your hair everyday can cause some serious damage to your tresses, e.g one day you start noticing that you loose more hair, hair around your hairline start to get thinner and in the end your hairline may start to recede. I speak this from my own experience, btw, and I did not believe my sister when she warned me...it was so weird to have these problems when otherwise you're in perfect health. So I had my hair cut short and even 2 years later my hair have not totally recovered...*sigh*
      I hope that princess Victoria leave her hair down when she's at home, so that her poor scalp can have some highly needed rest!
      PS: I really like this jacket on her. Such a pretty color for her.

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    4. @Anon 4:39AM because you can not have short hair up or in the bun.

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    5. 3:51,You are so right. It's great to read comments like yours. Yes she is starting to loose her hair. On some pics when she has a ponytail you can notify her hair is a lot thinner and shorter than before.

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  8. She needs to bring back the ponytail at least!

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  9. I would love to Queen Sylvia in some more modern clothes. The pussybow blouse look, of which she has always been so fond, seems dated and somewhat too girly for a petite woman. The queen has a fine figure, but the chunky dated suit she is wearing is not flattering enough. An outfit with cleaner lines - like her daughter is wearing - would look amazing on her. (Not that we are ever likely to see such changes :( ; still, I can dream.....)

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    1. Victoria et Daniel ont la même coiffure ,collée ,pas un cheveu ne dépasse .

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  10. No matter if Victoria has boring hairstyle or not..she wants to be beautiful only for Daniel and if he likes her as she is, than everything is more than OK.

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  11. And then Carl Gustaf flew to Mexico for a private visit until January 31, leaving his heavily pregnant daughter in charge. No mention if Silvia went with him - doesn't she usually go to Brazil this time of year?

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  12. Victoria's bun has become a signature look, in a way it is a good signal to show that she is not there to be pretty. She did sport a nice do on the Wallenberg birthday party, that looked like a much more relaxed chignon, suitable for a party.

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  13. CP Victoria is looking beautiful. Love her outfit!

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