Crown Princess Victoria presented 2018 ALMA Prize

On May 28, 2018, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attended presentation ceremony of the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (ALMA), the world's largest children's literature award held at the Stockholm Concert Hall in Stockholm. This year, author Jacqueline Woodson was deemed worthy of that award. Jacqueline Woodson is an American author, born in 1963 and residing in Brooklyn, New York. She is the author of more than thirty books, including novels, poetry and picture books. (Photo: Stefan Tell)
Crown Princess Victoria wore &Other Stories Floral Print Maxi Dress and By Malene Birger Paxilow pumps. American author Jacqueline Woodson
Crown Princess Victoria wore &Other Stories Floral Print Maxi Dress and By Malene Birger Paxilow pumps. American author Jacqueline Woodson
Crown Princess Victoria wore &Other Stories Floral Print Maxi Dress and By Malene Birger Paxilow pumps. American author Jacqueline Woodson
Crown Princess Victoria wore &Other Stories Floral Print Maxi Dress and By Malene Birger Paxilow pumps. American author Jacqueline Woodson
Crown Princess Victoria wore &Other Stories Floral Print Maxi Dress and By Malene Birger Paxilow pumps. American author Jacqueline Woodson
Crown Princess Victoria wore &Other Stories Floral Print Maxi Dress and By Malene Birger Paxilow pumps. American author Jacqueline Woodson
Crown Princess Victoria wore & Other Stories Floral Print Maxi Dress
& Other Stories Floral Print Maxi Dress
Crown Princess Victoria wore By Malene Birger Paxilow
By Malene Birger Paxilow

19 comments:

  1. Pss Victoria in a repeat dress she looks good her smile is priceless. The ALMA Award is a big thing in Sweden,nice that an American got it this year.

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  2. Oh My. looks like a dress my grandmother use to wear.

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  3. Victoria´s outfit would totally work for a bad taste party.
    The dress alone would have done, but Victoria made sure to look really bad by combining that dress with those ugly green shoes. And I don´t care if the shoes pick up the bits of green from the dress. It´s just so bad altogether.
    I hate seeing her wear one poor outfit after the other. It´s as if her taste has derailed completely or her stylist enjoys setting her up for these failures.

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  4. I love floral pattern but not this one.

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    1. Agree with you. This is too much back to Little House on the Prairie. Would have been nice to MM style but not Victoria.

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  5. Please no more flower prints in granny dress style. What happened to Victorias taste? She used to have a really good style. I don't understand what is going on.

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  6. Is she 60 or 40??

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  7. Oh my dear. This is so bad that I don't have words.

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  8. I like the dress and I like Victoria in the dress. It could have been a grandmother’s dress, but Victoria gives it a total different impression.
    I’m not sure about the shoes with the dress, but I can live with that.

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  9. Princess Victoria, you can do better. I don't like this dresses. They always are looking a bit matronly and the figure seems bigger than it is.

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  10. Her hair look awfully flat and severely styled. Add floral midi dress, and voilà, she looks like a woman in her mid 60s.

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  11. Someone must have gotten a wrong PM about the dress code... The minister's dress is for a gala, Ms Woodson looks good for a day in the office and Victoria could be a model for senior's clothing (in the 70ies). It is not so much the pattern on the dress as the form and shape. No, no. And those shoes does not make it better.

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  12. Querida Victoria, por favor, sal del armario de M-M :(

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  13. Princess Victoria of Sweden looks very wonderful.

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  14. I like it - very trendy, although not sure about the green stilettos with it.

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  15. I also do not understand why Victoria seems to make fashion choices that make her appear so much older than she is. Please let down the hair and no more full, floral dresses. Victoria is a pretty lady who I wish would look more her age.

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  16. Just awful, Victoria! Stop using the flowery patterns, stop wearing long dresses and poufy sleeves. And for good measure, stop wearing your hair pulled back so hard!

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