Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip at the Vasaloppet 2017

Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia of Sweden visited the Vasaloppet's Winter Week 2017 ski race held at the Vasaloppet Arena in Sälen, Dalarna, Sweden. Vasaloppet is the world’s oldest, biggest and longest ski race.
Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia visited the Vasaloppet's Winter Week 2017 ski race in Sälen, Dalarna
Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia visited the Vasaloppet's Winter Week 2017 ski race in Sälen, Dalarna
Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia visited the Vasaloppet's Winter Week 2017 ski race in Sälen, Dalarna

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  1. Certainly a good colour on Sofia, very becoming.

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  2. Happy couple. Good to see in this world. Pretty hat and coat on Sofia--color is nice on her.

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  3. I like them a lot, they always look happy and comfortable with each other, and very much in love.

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  4. Sofia looks very pretty and happy.

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  5. Cute couple. She looks at him always in a very loving way. Nice to see.

    Oldest,biggest and longest ski race? I thought that was me ...no wait...

    Anyone know about this race? I suppose I could google

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    1. It was kept first time at 1922, they ski 90 km. has been canceled only 3 times ever (no snow).

      There is story behind it; at 1520 later king Gustav Vasa (then just Gustav Eriksson) was escaping from Sweden (Mora) to Lybeck German and countrymen from Dalarna (South Sweden) sent two their best skiers to get him come back to Sweden to lead war against Danish king Kristian II. Skiers went 90 km before they get to Gustav (from Sälen). Vasaloppet is between those Sälen and Mora.

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    2. Thanks Blondiini :)

      Some story and 90km? That is like 56 miles.... Imagine the exhaustion...

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  6. É um prazer ver este casal, feliz e apaixonado. Continuem sempre assim :))

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