Queen Silvia and Princess Madeleine attended the seminar of World Childhood Foundation

On October 2, 2017, Queen Silvia of Sweden and Princess Madeleine of Sweden attended the seminar called "Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals for Children: Collective Actions and Innovative Solutions" held by World Childhood Foundation at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City, USA. World Childhood Foundation acts as a liaison between donators and community based organizations and it currently supports more than 100 projects in 17 countries.
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals for Children: Collective Actions and Innovative Solutions seminar in NYC. Princess Madeleine wore Dorothee Schumacher coat
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals for Children: Collective Actions and Innovative Solutions seminar in NYC
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals for Children: Collective Actions and Innovative Solutions seminar in NYC
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals for Children: Collective Actions and Innovative Solutions seminar in NYC
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals for Children: Collective Actions and Innovative Solutions seminar in NYC

6 comments:

  1. Ladies looks suitable and smart. I love the way of hairstyle of Maddie.

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  2. Both Queen Silvia and Princess Madeleine look very lovely. Its good to see that Madeleine recycled this beautiful beige jacket by Dorothee Schumacher. Its loose enough to fit her growing belly.

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  3. Mother and daughter stunning. WOW to both of them.

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  4. Most certainly wow for both of them. I really like queen Silvia's jacket, very smart.

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  5. Both ladies look great and radiant. One of the best outfits for Silvia. Love the jacket and the bi-colored shoes. Thumbs up!

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