Swedish Royals attend 'King's Dinner' for 2016 Nobel winners

King Carl Gustaf of Sweden and Queen Silvia of Sweden hosted the traditional dinner for this year's Nobel winners at Royal Palace on December 11, 2016 in Stockholm. Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Sofia, Princess Madeleine of Sweden and Christopher O'Neill attended the dinner held in honor of the 2016 Nobel prize winners at the Royal Palace.
Traditional dinner for this year's Nobel winners at Royal Palace. Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Sofia, Princess Madeleine
Traditional dinner for this year's Nobel winners at Royal Palace. Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Sofia, Princess Madeleine
Traditional dinner for this year's Nobel winners at Royal Palace. Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Sofia, Princess Madeleine
Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Sofia, Princess Madeleine
King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia hosted the traditional dinner for this year's Nobel winners at Royal Palace. Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Sofia, Princess Madeleine
This year Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström were awarded in Economical Sciences, David J. Thouless, F. Duncan M. Haldane and J. Michael Kosterlitz were awarded in Physics, Bob Dylan was awarded in Literature, Yoshinori Ohsumi was awarded in Medicine, Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa were awarded in Chemistry.
This year Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström were awarded in Economical Sciences, David J. Thouless, F. Duncan M. Haldane and J. Michael Kosterlitz were awarded in Physics, Bob Dylan was awarded in Literature, Yoshinori Ohsumi was awarded in Medicine, Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa were awarded in Chemistry.
King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia hosted the traditional dinner for this year's Nobel winners at Royal Palace. Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Sofia, Princess Madeleine
Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Sofia, Princess Madeleine
Crown Princess Victoria wore Jenny Packham Gown Spring 2013 Collection
Jenny Packham Gown - Spring 2013 Collection
Crown Princess Victoria - Elie Saab ClutchCrown-Princess Victoria wore Gianvito Rossi Gold Patent Leather Pointed Pumps
                                    Elie Saab Clutch                                           Gianvito Rossi Pumps
Princess Sofia- wore Stinaa.j PumpsPrincess Sofia style - By Malene Birger Gomati Clutch
                            Sofia's: Stinaa.j Pumps                                    By Malene Birger Clutch
Princess Madeleine wore Valentino Pre-Fall 2013 Longsleeve Gown
Valentino Longsleeve Gown - Pre-Fall 2013
Princess Madeleine wore Manolo Blahnik Hangisi Satin Pump
Manolo Blahnik Hangisi Satin Pump

18 comments:

  1. Je trouve que la princesse héritière Victoria est particulièrement en beauté. Selon moi, la plus joie robe.

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  2. I LOVE VICTORIAS DRESS ITS JENNY PECKHAM AND MADELEINE IS WEARING VALENTINO AND SOPHIA IS WEARS JENNY PECKHAM OR VALENTINO I think i like all of them.

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  3. Quatro belas mulheres, com quatro looks espectaculares!

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  4. They all look great, but I especially like Victoria and the queen. Perhaps Madeleine's dress is bit too fussy and the cuffs are an odd touch.

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  5. The pink dress and the up-do hair is a better choice by Sofia than last night.

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  6. Agree that Sofia looks even better today than last night. Although I did like the emerald green color, this dusty rose gown is a better design for her. 4-button tiara is set well. Sylvia's gown is also a lovely improvement on yesterday's. Victoria great, as nearly always. Madeleine is so beautiful and her wedding tiara does suit her so well.

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  7. Everyone looks lovely. Yes Sofia's look is a much better choice.

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  8. Victoria's gown is the standout for me, then of course Queen Silvia. Sofia's gown and Madeleine's gown are a little bit meh to me (I don't like the colour and too fussy), however up close and personal I imagine the workmanship and the material on both would be spectacular).

    All in all, I am just happy to see tiaras and seeing Sofia in the Four Button Tiara, even though it is not one of my favourite tiaras satisfies my need for bling.

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  9. All ladies look so beautiful and elegant. Love their dresses, hairdo's and jewellery. Its been enjoyable Nobel this year.

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  10. Sofia's my favourite here!!

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  11. I only like Victoria's dress. It's gorgeous. Madeleine and Silvia are a bit meh and poor Sofia, she wears the only kind of dress that I hate on everyone (this vertically ruched material or what, I hated it when I saw it on Angelina Jolie, on Victoria, on literally everyone). And I would have chosen her own emerald tiara with yesterday's emerald dress whilst with this one the small cut steel of yesterday would look better. Actually, any tiara would look better than the four button. Maybe the six button tiara would work but this is so sparse and childish, it makes every wearer look like a drawing of a tiny bug with silly little button-ended antennae. Then again, the four button is one of the few tiaras that are free for rotation between the female members of the bigger family.

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  12. I looked at the photos again - and the newer ones - and I still think Victoria is definitely the standout here. Elegance and impact! Madeleine's dress is too fussy and overdone, just as the pink one was too princessy.

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  13. wow, now this is what we call a ROYAL FAMILY!!!

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  14. magnificent Princess Madeleine and her charming husband

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  15. Love the fact that Sofia has had access to use of other tiaras. The four button tiara looks lovely on her.
    All the ladies look lovely !

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