Crown Princess Victoria's and Prince Daniel's visit to Latvia

On April 27, Friday, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel of Sweden is visiting Latvia to mark 100th anniversary of independence of Latvia. President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Presidential Palace. After the lunch held at the Presidential Residence, the Crown Princess Couple visited Stockholm Economy School and Latvia National Library in Riga. The Couple will attend the opening of "Portable Landscapes" exhibition at Latvia National Art Museum.
President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Palace
President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Palace
President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Palace
President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Palace
President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Palace
President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Palace
President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Palace
President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Palace
President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Palace
President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Palace
President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Palace
President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Palace
President of Latvia, Raimonds Vējonis and Ms. Iveta Vējone welcomed Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel with a state ceremony held at Riga Palace
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29 comments:

  1. Lindo estampado, no me gusta el moño o lazo en el cuello, lo mejor de Victoria es siempre su actitud.

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  2. I really could have and would have liked this frock, but the foofy bow in my opinion ruins the dress completely. The print is enough on its own.

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    1. Yes, the bow is not good, but I like the dress anyway!

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    2. I agree, too. Lose the bow, shorten the dress by 10cm, use red shoes+bag instead of nude, and this would be a striking look.

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    3. So much to change to make it attractive means it was probably a bad choice to start with. On a second look it seems to me that she appears to be wearing a neck brace.

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  3. No! Not another neck bow! The dress is fussy enough without it. The dragged-back hair makes it worse.

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  4. Maybe the Crown Princess had operation and hiding the scare

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  5. J'adore la robe !!

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  6. El vestido es bonito, pero ese estúpido lazo semitransparente lo arruina. Lástima :(

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  7. Bow a bad idea. Agree with the comment on red shoes and handbag as the belt is red also. That would tie everything in.The nude shoes and handbag and red belt, no no no.

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  8. I love this dress!

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  9. Beautiful dress that could do with shoes and bag in a different colour. Her hair is her old favourite- I barely notice it anymore. That bow serves no purpose other than to look silly. Shame really.

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  10. Love the dress but not the bow, she will be a great Queen.

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  11. Love the dress, hated the bow, it looks like a panty hose wrapped around the neck. Is it a Carolina Herrera?
    Reminds me so much of a dress that Queen Letizia wore a while back. I would have paired with red shoes.
    All in all, better than the last few matronly outfits.

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  12. I like this dress a lot but I am not keen on the bow. I don't think it can be removed. Love the earrings,the shoes abd bag are OK too.

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  13. This is the first dress I like on Voctoria for a long time

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  14. Oh no! I don't like her preference for such bows - it's something for old ladies. May be the dress looks nice without bow and with another belt.

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  15. Je n'aime pas particulièrement cette tenue. Je la trouve un peu vieillotte. Je ne sais pas s'il est seulement comme accessoire mais je trouve superflu le foulard autour du cou. Et cette coiffure, toujours la même, trop drabe, qui ne met pas son visage en valeur et qui accentue trop son menton. Il me semble que les miroirs, ça doit bien exister en Suède.

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  16. I love, love, love this dress. Actually think the neutral accessories work well and don't compete with the beautiful florals. The bow doesn't bother me as it's also a soft touch.

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  17. Beautiful dress, but I'm not sure about the bow.
    The bow itself looks a bit disturbing, but also it makes the look more 'fresh', without the bow the dress maybe would look a bit oldfashioned.. hm...

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  18. I'm loving this dress. Can't tell if the bow is an add-on. Should have been removed or altered.

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  19. The bow is about the current #metoo issue in Sweden. The pussy bow is being used in solidarity with leader of Nobel Committee for literature who had to resign because of a man’s misbehavior. It has since come out he also groped the Crown Princess (in 2007). Many, many Swedish women are showing support with neck bows and some men as well, tying theit ties into bows.

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    1. Thank you for that important information. So it is a good thing that she wears that bow!

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    2. Oh wow, interesting. Thanks for sharing. I changed my mind, the bow is a nice touch.

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  20. Understand why this photo was left out ;) https://files.svenskdam.se/uploads/2018/04/victoria-daniel-lettland-ibl-3-1-700x817.jpg

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  21. Last time Victoria wore this dress everybody hated it. I still don't like it.

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    1. I didn't. I like it apart from the bow.

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