Queen Silvia attended a wedding at Alten Rathaus in Bonn

Queen Silvia of Sweden attended a wedding ceremony that held at the Alten Rathaus (Old Town Hall of Bonn) on July 1, 2017 in Bonn, Germany. Queen Silvia of Sweden came as a guest to her godchild’s marriage ceremony.
Queen Silvia of Sweden attended a wedding ceremony that held at the Alten Rathaus (Old Town Hall of Bonn) in Bonn, Germany
Queen Silvia of Sweden attended a wedding ceremony that held at the Alten Rathaus (Old Town Hall of Bonn) in Bonn, Germany
Queen Silvia of Sweden attended a wedding ceremony that held at the Alten Rathaus (Old Town Hall of Bonn) in Bonn, Germany
Queen Silvia of Sweden attended a wedding ceremony that held at the Alten Rathaus (Old Town Hall of Bonn) in Bonn, Germany
Queen Silvia of Sweden attended a wedding ceremony that held at the Alten Rathaus (Old Town Hall of Bonn) in Bonn, Germany

6 comments:

  1. Did she stop wearing a bra??? I noticed it several times already, and it destroyes even the best look! What a pity.

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    1. Agree with you a 100%. Some ladies do not realize that with age some body-parts go south and need a little help. As you say it 'destroys' pretty dresses. Unfortunately I don't think anyone around Silvia dares to criticize HM.

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    2. Agree! She ruined the fit of the jacket which is actually rather nice.

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  2. She looks lovely as always. And her smile is always so charming.

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  3. Nice photo. What a lovely bride. Not your typical 'Royal' wedding photo. Very tasteful, though.

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  4. Silvia´s clothes are nice color, these lighter and softer colors look so becoming to her. Nice headpiece. But I would love to have that poppy skirt bride´s mother is having.

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