Princess Victoria at the Öland Harvest Festival

On September 28, 2016, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend the launch of the 20th anniversary celebrations for Öland Harvest Festival (Ölands Skördefest) in Borgholm, Öland. (The festival revives an ancient farmers’ tradition of celebrating Michaelmas, marking the end of the growing season, when the harvest was collected and the animals were taken inside for the winter)
Crown Princess Victoria wore dress new sesion bag style royal news royal fashions
Crown Princess Victoria wore dress new sesion bag style royal news royal fashions
Crown Princess Victoria wore dress new sesion bag style royal news royal fashions
Crown Princess Victoria wore dress new sesion bag style royal news royal fashions

6 comments:

  1. I guess she'll never change her ugly hair style. Her prerogative, of course.

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  2. Lovely and appropiate but hey, Vic, can't you hear your hair roots screaming?
    I officialy declare there is a contagious illness spreading within the swedish royal family, prompting the sufferers to glue their hair to their skulls as tight as possible. I hope it doesn't get as far as to reach queen Silvia's fabulously tall hair structures.

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  4. in the last picture she's starting to show some white hairs. It wouldn't show so much if she wore a prettier hairdo it would also help to hide her forehead a little make it softer.

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  5. I am so happy she feels happy in her body and hair. I do remember that time she was suffering of anorexia and was looking as sliding away. I am happy she is today healthy aging princess, one day becoming queen, not any supposed model figure person fixating her external outlook. She seems to be such a warm and caring person. Jewel of the Swedish court.

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