State visit of Queen Silvia and King Carl Gustaf to Ireland, 3rd day

On the third and last day of their visit to Ireland, King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia visited Athlone, Galway and Clare. The King and The Queen firstly visited Ericsson Athlone Campus and were welcomed by senior vice president of Ericsson, Jan Karlsson. Afterwards, The King and The Queen visited the Marine Institute in Galway. The Marine Institute’s primary role is to undertake and co-ordinate marine research and development. Next, The King and The Queen of Sweden visited an Eco FarmHouse in the village of Ballybornagh in Clare. The visit to Ireland ended with the Burren Smokehouse visit. The Burren Smokehouse is a family-run business set up in 1989.
Queen Silvia of Sweden visited a Eco Farm in the village of Ballybornagh in Clare, and visited Burren Smokehouse
Queen Silvia of Sweden visited a Eco Farm in the village of Ballybornagh in Clare, and visited Burren Smokehouse
Queen Silvia of Sweden visited a Eco Farm in the village of Ballybornagh in Clare, and visited Burren Smokehouse
Queen Silvia of Sweden visited a Eco Farm in the village of Ballybornagh in Clare, and visited Burren Smokehouse
Queen Silvia of Sweden visited a Eco Farm in the village of Ballybornagh in Clare, and visited Burren Smokehouse
Queen Silvia of Sweden visited a Eco Farm in the village of Ballybornagh in Clare, and visited Burren Smokehouse
Queen Silvia of Sweden visited a Eco Farm in the village of Ballybornagh in Clare, and visited Burren Smokehouse
Queen Silvia of Sweden visited a Eco Farm in the village of Ballybornagh in Clare, and visited Burren Smokehouse
Queen Silvia of Sweden visited a Eco Farm in the village of Ballybornagh in Clare, and visited Burren Smokehouse
Queen Silvia of Sweden visited a Eco Farm in the village of Ballybornagh in Clare, and visited Burren Smokehouse
Queen Silvia of Sweden visited a Eco Farm in the village of Ballybornagh in Clare, and visited Burren Smokehouse

2 comments:

  1. I think Queen Silvia's hiking out fit is beautifully done especially with the very-becoming lavender color. It is a shade that flatters her the best. I like also the simplicity of the jacket which lets you admire the frog fastener and the silver pin on her shoulder. The sweeping wrap around her makes it all a lovely ensemble.

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  2. The last day in Ireland. The Queen looks lovely in the pale lavender jacket and the darker pants. She has a great smile.

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