Crown Princess Victoria visited the 1st Marine Regiment in Berga

On Friday, November 15, 2019, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden visited the 1st Marine Regiment (Amf 1) at the Berga Naval Base in the archipelago of Stockholm. The Crown Princess took part in some activities of the regiment on the field. The regiment's coastal rangers, amphibious forces and naval personnel are equipped with a series of advanced and highly mobile weapon systems giving them the capability to control coastal areas effectively. The regiment is responsible for the region located around Stockholm and on the island of Gotland.
Crown Princess Victoria visited the 1st Marine Regiment (Amf 1) at the Berga Naval Base in the archipelago of Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria visited the 1st Marine Regiment (Amf 1) at the Berga Naval Base in the archipelago of Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria visited the 1st Marine Regiment (Amf 1) at the Berga Naval Base in the archipelago of Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria visited the 1st Marine Regiment (Amf 1) at the Berga Naval Base in the archipelago of Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria visited the 1st Marine Regiment (Amf 1) at the Berga Naval Base in the archipelago of Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria visited the 1st Marine Regiment (Amf 1) at the Berga Naval Base in the archipelago of Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria visited the 1st Marine Regiment (Amf 1) at the Berga Naval Base in the archipelago of Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria visited the 1st Marine Regiment (Amf 1) at the Berga Naval Base in the archipelago of Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria visited the 1st Marine Regiment (Amf 1) at the Berga Naval Base in the archipelago of Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria visited the 1st Marine Regiment (Amf 1) at the Berga Naval Base in the archipelago of Stockholm
Crown Princess Victoria visited the 1st Marine Regiment (Amf 1) at the Berga Naval Base in the archipelago of Stockholm

10 Comments

  1. No matter if reg daily dress or gala gown or today in camouflage, CPss Victoria looks good.

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  2. I enjoy seeing the Crown Princess on these types of engagements. She looks good in that camouflage.
    Chel

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  3. Yumiko Kokuryu11/17/19, 6:49 AM

    I am very impressed to see Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden taking part in some activities of the regiment on the field at the Berga Naval Base in the archipelago of Stockholm. I am confident that she will become great Queen of Sweden after King Carl Gustaf.

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  4. What a wonderful and exciting visit. Much to see and learn. CP Victoria really looks marvellous in camouflage. Well done.

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  5. I agree with the 9:28pm & 11.40pm comments, however if I dare, the bun is worse than ever, a poney tail would have looked better IMV.

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    1. I thought the very oposite. This is the one time her bun could not be more appropriate. Her hair is the last thing of importance in terms of her appearance or the reason for her visit.

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  6. i frankly doubt that, in case of war, the future queen will take part in any action…..

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    1. That is not the point! The purpose is to have a good broad knowledge of how the country is working.

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  7. The objective is not to take part in front line action. As Crown Princess and future Queen, her leadership role includes funding and organizational support, and understanding how it affects Sweden.

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  8. One of my favourite Royals. She's hard working, engaged and approachable.

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