Princess Sofia attended World’s Children’s Prize 2019 ceremony

On May 9, 2019, Swedish Princess Sofia attended "World’s Children’s Prize 2019" ceremony held at Gripsholm Castle in Mariefred. Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize 2019. Ashok Dyalchand has been nominated for the World’s Children’s Prize for his 40-year-long fight for girls’ rights in India and his campaign to abolish child marriage. Since the year 2000, the World’s Children’s Prize program has educated and empowered over 42 million children.
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Ashok Dyalchand from India was elected as the winner of World’s Children’s Prize. Hobbs Robyn jacket and skirt
Princess Sofia wore Hobbs Black Robyn Jacket and skirt
Hobbs Robyn Jacket and Skirt

21 comments:

  1. I like this! So chic and elegant. Only quibble would be the outfit-to-occasion match (or mismatch), as this seems a bit somber for the season and a bit sober for the occasion (maybe something more festive than this business look had been better for a prize giving). But still a very nice outfit.

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  2. Good outfit, did not 'outshine' the award winners.

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  3. Did this event take place in the fall? The whole colour scheme seems autumn like to me, from the flowers to the clothes. Very elegant, but out of season.

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    1. It's still cold in Sweden. So no they're not "out of season".

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  4. Beautiful pictures of these different ladies, each of them in her own style!

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  5. Too dark for the spring time. Also those big curls again...its boring to see them all the time. With her narrow face she would rock lob or bog hairstyle.

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    1. So negative towards such a lovely woman

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    2. Totally agree with you . Time for a new hair style.

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    3. She is regularly changing somehow her hair style. She should certainly not go a revolutary change! Difficult to do better than this in my view. Why are you not saying the same for Mary (DK)? I hope you are not thinking of short hair.

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    4. I love her hair!! She looks good as she is. And she is still young--early thirties. She would look good in a bob or shorter style also, but I am no rush for her to go there yet. She does change around the length and color. Lots of royal women have had the same style and color for years.

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    5. I don't think the outfit is too dark for spring time. Lots of people wear black in the midst of summer season and I don't mind it. I actually wear a lot of black too, even in July or August ;-) And I also like this outfit.
      About the hair: I would like to see it parted at the side and not in the middle. In my opinion, a side parting suits her face better. But that's me.

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    6. I wear black year round. And it is fine to do so. My mom used to say, if in doubt, wear black. Ha! She looks happy and healthy. People around her have on black also. She is fine.

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    7. Princess Sofia is a natural beauty and she looks good as always and by the way she is successful.

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  6. Love this look!!!! She looks so professional and elegant. And yes, it is definitely still cold in Sweden. So nice of her to step in for the Queen.

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  7. This is a repeat dress/suit I believe and I loved it the first time also. She can get a lot of use out of this outfit. The style is wonderful and very versatile. Nice look for her!!!

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  8. While there is nothing wrong with this dress, it looks nice. But I've always felt it looks too old for Sofia.
    I think it's better suited for a woman 40+

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    1. I agree. It's a nice dress, but it looks too mature on Sofia.
      I'm not sure why, maybe the color or style. But something about it looks too old on her.
      It's gives me a business type vibe. Like it'll look great on a woman working in a corporate office of some type.

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  9. I like her dress today. She is professional and does her job well. She also have a winning smile I would say.

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  10. She looks great, chic and very nice hair. Beautiful.

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  11. She looks fantastic! The suit is not too old for her. Loved it on her both times she has worn it.

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