Princess Sofia attended Holocaust commemoration ceremony

On January 27th, 2016, Princess Sofya of Sweden attended a commemoration ceremony at Stockholm Synagogue, which is organized in connection with Holocaust Memorial Day. (Holocaust is the Swedish word that refers to the genocide that occured during the World War and resulted in the death of nearly six million Jews by German Nazis. In Hebrew, the word "Shoah" is used meaning disaster).
Princess Sofia Hellqvist of Sweden attended a commemoration ceremony at Stockholm Synagogue, which is organized in connection with Holocaust Memorial Day
Princess Sofya of Sweden attended a commemoration ceremony at Stockholm Synagogue, which is organized in connection with Holocaust Memorial Day.
Princess Sofya of Sweden attended a commemoration ceremony at Stockholm Synagogue, which is organized in connection with Holocaust Memorial Day.
Princess Sofya of Sweden attended a commemoration ceremony at Stockholm Synagogue, which is organized in connection with Holocaust Memorial Day.
Princess Sofya of Sweden attended a commemoration ceremony at Stockholm Synagogue, which is organized in connection with Holocaust Memorial Day

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  1. She is a lovely mom to be.

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    1. She doesn't look good here.

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    2. She looks so stunning...beautiful..she has that mummy glow on her face...and i love her hair like that..short and curled...♥

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    3. Do not like her hair too Shirley Temple and a Shirley Temple she is not.

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    4. She looks great!

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  2. IMHO Much better looking than Victoria, and i'm fan of the crown princess!

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  3. I think she looks great except her nail color. Same as Victoria, I am really not a fan of the dark nail color.

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    1. I like P Sofia's manicure better than P Victoria's. Sofia's is slate blue and fits the tone of her coloring and attire. Victoria's seems too bright for her coloring, makeup, and attire. I like a dark manicure when it fits the person and their style. I also think that dark red is not as chic these days as dark neutrals, it looks aging.

      They both look happy and healthy :)

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  4. I think she looks better in straight hair, curls doesn't suit her.

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  5. She's such a sweet princess. I am not sure why she's so disliked by some of you, maybe because of her past. But now it is the present, and the future looks to be even better for her, her prince and the baby.

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  6. Her hair is a mess...how does she think she looks with that hairdo?

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  7. Holocaust is based on the greek word "holókaustos" which means totally burned.

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  8. Princess Sofia looks good - she adjusted well into the royal life!

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  9. Indeed , she has mummy glow on her face . Her hair is very nice like this

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  10. I hope the woman with the glowing white stockings sees these photos.
    My goodness, they are strange!
    k

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    1. Agree, Anon 5:11pm. And the camera flash is no doubt making the shiny stockings look even shinier. Judging from the hose available in the shops my city, shiny tights are trending; but I think they look good only with evening wear.

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  11. Sofia's outfit is nice, but her hair and face looks like she just woke up and improvised. But she looks great in blue and black, same as Vic, but Madeleine looks best in light pink.

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  12. yeah she adjust well her royal status

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    1. Bluefire January 29, 2016 at 10:10 AM
      Who would not with all the advantages her new role brings?

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  13. I'm really warming to Sofia ! And you really can't fault her on her style. Loved the dress she wore for the Nobel Prize event. Stunning !

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