Princess Victoria Presents Royal Patriotic Society's Medals

On April 25, 2017, Crown Princess Victoria attended the Royal Patriotic Society's annual event at House of Nobility in Stockholm. Crown Princess Victoria presented the Royal Patriotic Society's Trade and Industry Medals (Näringslivsmedaljen 2017). The medal recipients were Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Erik Sellberg, Tobias Lindfors, Gunvor Munck, Ann-Marie Skarp, Krister Olsson and Anders Johansson.
Crown Princess Victoria wore ESCADA Dress and carried Nancy Gonzalez Silver Metallic Clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore ESCADA Dress and carried Nancy Gonzalez Silver Metallic Clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore ESCADA Dress and carried Nancy Gonzalez Silver Metallic Clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore ESCADA Dress and carried Nancy Gonzalez Silver Metallic Clutch
Crown Princess Victoria wore ESCADA Dress and carried Nancy Gonzalez Silver Metallic Clutch
Royal Patriotic Society, Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Erik Sellberg, Tobias Lindfors, Gunvor Munck, Ann-Marie Skarp, Krister Olsson and Anders Johansson
Royal Patriotic Society, Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Erik Sellberg, Tobias Lindfors, Gunvor Munck, Ann-Marie Skarp, Krister Olsson and Anders Johansson
Royal Patriotic Society, Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Erik Sellberg, Tobias Lindfors, Gunvor Munck, Ann-Marie Skarp, Krister Olsson and Anders Johansson
Royal Patriotic Society, Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Erik Sellberg, Tobias Lindfors, Gunvor Munck, Ann-Marie Skarp, Krister Olsson and Anders Johansson
Royal Patriotic Society, Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Erik Sellberg, Tobias Lindfors, Gunvor Munck, Ann-Marie Skarp, Krister Olsson and Anders Johansson
Royal Patriotic Society, Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Erik Sellberg, Tobias Lindfors, Gunvor Munck, Ann-Marie Skarp, Krister Olsson and Anders Johansson
Royal Patriotic Society, Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Erik Sellberg, Tobias Lindfors, Gunvor Munck, Ann-Marie Skarp, Krister Olsson and Anders Johansson
Royal Patriotic Society, Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Erik Sellberg, Tobias Lindfors, Gunvor Munck, Ann-Marie Skarp, Krister Olsson and Anders Johansson
Crown Princess Victoria wore ESCADA DressCrown Princess Victoria carried Nancy Gonzalez Silver Metallic Clutch
                                         Escada Dress                            Nancy Gonzalez Silver Metallic Clutch

24 comments:

  1. Dont like the hairstyle but I like the dress.

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  2. Sie ist wieder da...und darf gleich Medaillen vergeben. Kleid passt zum Seraphinenorden, Dutt etwas seitlich gesetzt, Lächeln von Herzen kommend. Prima!

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  3. Wow, she looks wonderful in that dress!

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  4. Um lindo vestido numa bonita princesa :)

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  5. I think if she keeps pulling her hair back so tightly she will end up with thinning hair when older.

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  6. Much better than in Japan. The colour is excellent on her. I really wished to see her with "open" feminine hair. Just sometimes...

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  7. Beautiful dress that suits her perfectly. Are those tanzanite earrings or sapphire? Gorgeous color.

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  8. It's a bun but a different bun than usual. This is blue color always compliments her complexion.

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  9. Nice dress and hair in my eyes.

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  10. Sorry but once again very unflattering hairstyle on Victoria! Her face looks so big and neck thick. And what's going on with her eyebrow's?

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  11. That dress really reminds me of the dress she was wearing on her 18th birthday. Amazingly beautiful then and now!

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    1. That was my thought too! Good colour on her and nice cut.

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  12. Look at how she's standing in the group photo. Letizia has been bashed a lot here when she took exactly the same position. Double standards.

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    1. In this group picture they have been put kind of "V", four in each side, and asked to turn they side. You can clearly see that everyone does the same here. It is trick many photographers use to make people look good in pictures. Just look for example your own wedding poses, I believe many of us can find the same thing in our own pictures. Probably Letizia as a former journalist is well aware of it and turns her side by fore of habit. It can look odd if she is the only one doing it, although I understand that habit very well myself.

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  13. We agree she should change her hairstyle, but come on people, repeating won't help.
    I don't like it, but on the other hand, this is the easiest hairstyle to do. You just comb it and that's it. Victoria obviously likes to keep it simple. Being a fashion icon is not her priority, and that's OK, because she obviously has more important political role that Kate Middleton, for instance.
    I adore this dress. I would buy it if it wasn't too expensive.
    I hope I didn't insult anyone in my comment. 😆

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    1. Lassie I agree with you. She does not need to look like Miss Universe, she is going to be a real queen by her own right. She has so much more in her than just to offer us a right kind fore head up-does. She likes her hair pulled away from face and that is it. Her hair looks to be in great condition, so all the worries we write seem to be premature so far. Also when knowing she has anorexia her early years I feel so happy she is today so comfortable with her body and does not need plastic surgery to uplift her self-esteem.

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    2. Lassie, you do not insult anyone. I for one am happy about your comment. This ever repeating "Her hairstyle, her hairstyle" is sooo boring. As an IT person I even wanted to ask some writers here if they have an automatic alert in their notebook as soon as a photo of Victoria appears or if they have the effort to do it by hand which must take a lot of time.

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    3. Victoria is a beautiful and still young woman, but she insist on those severe and slicked back granny hairstyles. Perhaps she's afraid that no one will take her seriously if she goes for more softer styles?
      Sorry if you find comments about Victoria's hair irritating but its just that her hair always look boring and accentuate her jaw. Its like she doesn't care as long as they are out of her face. Even men like to experiment with their hair and haircuts but not this woman. Very stale.

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    4. Coralie you made me laugh.😂
      There are many people who get insulted for unknown reasons, so I decided to be careful.
      Blondiini, I agree with you. There are so many insecure young people. Victoria looks confident now, she is a role model.

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    5. I agree w you Lassie on all of it!

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    6. I don't think that e.g Queen Maxima's or Queen Letizia's priority is to be a fashion icon. I also doubt choosen clothes or hairstyles lessen their role or seriousness. Even thought Maxima's hair can sometimes be horrible, she can show up with wonderfully done hair and she's fun to watch. Just like Letizia, who easily juggle with different hairstyles - sleek, wavy, curly, braids, updo's, etc.

      This is a fashion blog, so we discuss here clothes, jewellery, hair, makeup, etc. So I am sorry, if our constant repeating of Victoria's "boring" hairstyle bore some people, but her hair look boring.
      Sorry, that I think so but sadly she tends to opt for only one style (comb-over-slicked-down-hairstyle that manages to look the same from the front all the time). Wouldn't it be fun if she experimented from time to time and showed her more softer style, not only those strict and severe hairstyles?

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    7. Marianne; Maxima and Letizia were not so polished when they were just princesses. I think as queens they have their own hairdresser in almost every day work but princesses make mostly their hair just themselves, having hair dressers just for major events. Foe example Maxima is very well combed in all official state "queen" events but as we have dozens of time seen has bad hair day always (that is no hairdresser) in other events (financial etc).

      Victoria makes herself mostly her hair, that she has tells also in interviews, but like here she has had hairdresser.

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