Crown Princess Victoria and Daniel met with Zara Larsson

Yesterday, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met with Swedish singer and songwriter Zara Maria Larsson and Agnetha Larsson (mother of Zara Larsson) at Haga Palace in Solna. Also, Princess Victoria gave an interview to STV Play. There are new photos of Princess Victoria and Princess Estelle from STV Play's interview.
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met with Swedish singer and songwriter Zara Maria Larsson and Agnetha Larsson
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met with Swedish singer Zara Maria Larsson and Agnetha Larsson. Princess Estelle, Prince Oscar interview to STV Play
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met with Swedish singer Zara Maria Larsson and Agnetha Larsson. Princess Estelle, Prince Oscar interview to STV Play
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met with Swedish singer Zara Maria Larsson and Agnetha Larsson. Princess Estelle, Prince Oscar interview to STV Play
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met with Swedish singer Zara Maria Larsson and Agnetha Larsson. Princess Estelle, Prince Oscar interview to STV Play
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met with Swedish singer Zara Maria Larsson and Agnetha Larsson. Princess Estelle, Prince Oscar interview to STV Play
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met with Swedish singer Zara Maria Larsson and Agnetha Larsson. Princess Estelle, Prince Oscar interview to STV Play
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met with Swedish singer Zara Maria Larsson and Agnetha Larsson. Princess Estelle, Prince Oscar interview to STV Play
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met with Swedish singer Zara Maria Larsson and Agnetha Larsson. Princess Estelle, Prince Oscar interview to STV Play
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met with Swedish singer Zara Maria Larsson and Agnetha Larsson. Princess Estelle, Prince Oscar interview to STV Play
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met with Swedish singer Zara Maria Larsson and Agnetha Larsson. Princess Estelle, Prince Oscar interview to STV Play
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met with Swedish singer Zara Maria Larsson and Agnetha Larsson. Princess Estelle, Prince Oscar interview to STV Play

13 comments:

  1. That pink is a lovely shade on Princess Victoria and the photos are 100% better than those official birthday ones. I can't seem to get enough pictures of little Estelle. She is a great charmer.

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  2. True, good colour for Victoria, good Make-up too!
    Wow, Estelle has a fine play-house in that park. Her baby-brother is never smiling. Very serious looking young man.

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  3. That Swedish singer didn't dress up much to meet Victoria. I have never seen the little boy smiling, not once.

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    1. Well the popstar looks like any other popstar, but her mother...?

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    2. I have seen worse than the pop star. As for the mother, I think she could have done better. I know, from experience, how difficult it can be to dress a large person, but, apart from the rather ugly print, the dress is too short. Not shaming her, just her taste.

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  4. The pink does suit here. Nice photos, natural.

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  5. Victoria has got beautiful expressive eyes and Estelle is such a charming little girl.

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  6. There is one picture of Oscar laughing, with his birthday cake! One. But then, let him be serious if he wants....

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    1. I wouldn't smile either if my name was Oscar, such an old name for a baby. It may suit him when he's an old man!

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    2. Very popular name also in Finland, neighbour to Sweden :)

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    3. Tintomara: let's give him more cake! :)

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    4. Poor kid probably wonders what all the fuss is about every time he is out with Mommy and Daddy. I mean no offence about the name Oscar, to me it just doesn't suit a baby. However, it's better than Saint - Kardashian's kid - or River, Summer, Tobias, Gideon and so on.

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