Princess Victoria and Prince Oscar visited the Växbo Mill

Today, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and her son Prince Oscar visited the factory (Fabriksbutik) of Växbo Lin (Växbo Linen Mill) in Gävleborg. (Vaxbo Lin Instagram)
Crown Princess Victoria and her son Prince Oscar visited Växbo Linen Mill, Quality and style, Organic Textile, Native Organic Napkins, Native Organic Potholder

9 comments:

  1. C'est vraiment l'endroit pour promener un bébé de 5 mois!!!

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    1. Pas du tout - on se demande ce qu'elle pense. Meme Estelle ne serait pas a sa plce la.

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    2. You wanted her to leave Oscar in the car?????????

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  2. Why should she not have Oscar with her in quick visit to linen store when at holiday? Victoria is not obviously working, just having holiday and poping in. Something every mon could do. Picture is probably taken by the staff or co-visitors. There must be something I do not get here comparing your negative feedback.

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  3. Victoria is just wisiting a shop and happens to have her son with her. It's really sweet of her to allow for her photo to be taken. Not everybody would agree to that.

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  4. She is probably on her way to her parents in law since this factory isn't far from their place.

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  5. No matter the situation; Victoria's warmth always shines through.

    Little Oscar looks so much like his big sister. It will be a delight watching him grow.

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    1. You are so right. She has both an outer and an inner beauty, the inner beauty shows in he compassion for other people, interest in what she is doing, preparations for each event. She is a true professional and one with added sincerity.

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