Swedish royal family held a diplomatic reception at Royal Palace

On September 8, 2017, a diplomatic reception was held at the Royal Palace of Stockholm. The reception was attended by King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel, and the ambassadors and their spouses from Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, Norway, Mongolia, Italy, Spain. (Several times a year, newly-appointed ambassadors and their spouses are given the opportunity to meet the King and Queen at a reception at Royal Palace of Stockholm.)
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Prince Daniel. Crown Princess Victoria wore a skirtsuit, blazer and skirt, Ralph Lauren shoes
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Prince Daniel. Crown Princess Victoria wore a skirtsuit, blazer and skirt, Ralph Lauren shoes
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Prince Daniel. Crown Princess Victoria wore a skirtsuit, blazer and skirt, Ralph Lauren shoes
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Prince Daniel. Crown Princess Victoria wore a skirtsuit, blazer and skirt, Ralph Lauren shoes
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Prince Daniel. Crown Princess Victoria wore a skirtsuit, blazer and skirt, Ralph Lauren shoes
King Carl Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Prince Daniel. Crown Princess Victoria wore a skirtsuit, blazer and skirt, Ralph Lauren shoes
Crown Princess Victoria wore Baum Und Pferdgarten Jacey Jacket and Jakita skirt
BAUM UND PFERDGARTEN Jacey Jacket and Jakita Skirt

14 comments:

  1. I think Princess Victoria had a baby bump...Any thoughts?

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    1. She have had that bump since the first time she gave birth. Look at old photos and you'll see it. When they are expecting they tell when it's right for them. After all V is 40 so she have probably had the kids she is supposed to. And reflecting that it took some time before Estelle was born and Oscar the chance is not that high no that she's over 40. With both her kids she was pregnant for about 2 years according to people on royal blogs 😉

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    2. It certainly seems So. But maybe its the suit? I myself look terrible in pencil skirts. I have hips.

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  2. Prince Daniel should take a good look at his father-in-law's suits, they're a lot nicer fitting than his. Victoria's suit is nice and so is the Queens. As for a bump... it might just be the time of the month. Time will tell I guess.

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    1. I agree about Daniel's suits, especially the tight pants. It must be the fashion nowadays because Frederik and Haakon both wear these tight-legged suits and they don't look very well in them. I prefer the look of nicely-draped pant legs.

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  3. no shes not pregnant her jacket is big she just had a baby but if she is i am happy for her.

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  4. I have been wondering the same thing. Her gray pant suit from yesterday looked snug in the belly too.

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  5. Very nice suits on the Queen & CP. Anyone able to figure if that is a barrette or bow on or around CP's bun?

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  6. It's bad posture plus good lunch. She is 40, her belly is not perfect anymore.
    I see many women who look pregnant but they're just not in best shape.
    But if she is pregnant that would be wonderful

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    1. I think you`re right about the age thing - but maybe it`s not the posture, but the accentuated curvature of the lower spine. It`s hereditary in the women in my family - for my teenage daughter, it makes a lovely tush, for me, it makes a belly that has been looking pregnant ever since my one and only real pregnancy...

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    2. Yes it could be true. The curvature is called lordosis.
      Obviously you need to have perfectly shaped belly and spine or else everyone thinks you're pregnant. 😂

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  7. Let us hope, by all means, but would she have announced the ambitious "walking tour" through Sweden if she was expecting?
    Our king is always very elegantly and properly dressed. As is his wife.

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