Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel participated in the digital launch of Pep Report 2020

The launch of the Pep report, which is one of the most comprehensive reviews of children's and young people's health in Sweden, and which is released by an event each year, took place digitally this year. Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel participated in the digital launch of the Pep Report 2020. The report shows that only 14 percent of the children and adolescents included in the study move to the extent they need.
Crown Princess Victoria wore Rodebjer Nera pink blazer. Generation Pep founded by the Swedish Crown Princess couple
Generation Pep is a non-profit organisation initiated by the Swedish Crown Princess Couple, with the vision that all children and young people in Sweden should have the ability and desire to live an active and healthy life.
Crown Princess Victoria wore Rodebjer Nera pink blazer. Generation Pep founded by the Swedish Crown Princess couple
Crown Princess Victoria wore Rodebjer Nera pink blazer
Rodebjer Nera Blazer

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  1. Nice color suit. I hope this virtual visits will not become the new normal. Maybe there will be a Easter Miracle and this all goes away. Yes I am hoping for it anyway. Stay healthy everyone.

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  2. I enjoy seeing Daniel without a tie which feels just right in this setting. But his jacket is too tight. It´s pulling in various places, and his sleeve should look more like hers (in terms of tightness). The colour of Victoria´s suit is just fabulous (plus: a normal top underneath, no bows, yay!) Lastly, I understand that these two love their double-breasted jackets, but I think they both should give them a break. Daniel´s tend to fit poorly, and Victoria´s make her (or any woman) look boxy.

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    1. The male jacket is tight because that's the fashion, as are the very tight pants they wear with it.

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  3. I would say I really like Victoria's pink jacket, if the photo weren't photoshopped. And it is, because the colour is not the same as is in the designer's picture, and the report they are holding has a different shade of pink than the cover of the report in other photos. It is also possible that Victoria has the same outfit in two shades of pink, but the colour of the report cover would then remain the same. - As such, I'm particularly fond of the pink jacket on Victoria as it is in the picture, photoshopped as it may appear to be. - Ellie

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    1. Colours in photographs can change a lot depending on the lighting of the room. That’s most likely the main reason for the differences in the colour of the jacket in those two photographs. And as for ”photoshopping”, i.e. the post-processing of photographs either in Lightroom, Photoshop, Affinity, On1 or some other programme, that’s the way digital photographs are developed these days. 99% of professional photographers take their photos in an uncompressed raw-format, which requires postprocessing, otherwise it cannot be shown. So, postprocessing as such is not a sin. Of course, in a documentary ot journalistic image you have to be more careful and avoid making too big changes, but in a image of this type the situation is different. And even in this case, I think the main reason for the difference in the shade of the pink is that the lighting in V&D’s photo seems to be of a colder shade, resembling natural daylight.

      Nice to see the bookshelf in the background!

      Stay safe and happy Easter to everyone!
      G

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  4. CP Victoria looks lovely. The jacket is divine.

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  5. Très jolie Victoria avec ce blazer rose qui s'harmonise avec le noir de son pantalon et son haut blanc ; mignonnes petites boucles d'oreilles ! Sans cravate, Daniel est plein de naturel !

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