Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel made digital visits to two schools

On May 12, 2020, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel made digital visits to S:t Eriks High School and Riksgymnasiet för rörelsehindrade (Upper secondary school for pupils with severe physical disabilities) in Stockholm.
Upper secondary school for pupils with severe physical disabilities. By Malina blazer, Baum und Pferdgarten, HM blazer
The purpose of the visits was to receive information about and participate in the schools' distance education programs. During the digital visit, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel spoke with students and also the principals and teachers.
Upper secondary school for pupils with severe physical disabilities. By Malina blazer, Baum und Pferdgarten, HM blazer
Upper secondary school for pupils with severe physical disabilities. By Malina blazer, Baum und Pferdgarten, HM blazer
Upper secondary school for pupils with severe physical disabilities. By Malina blazer, Baum und Pferdgarten, HM blazer
Upper secondary school for pupils with severe physical disabilities. By Malina blazer, Baum und Pferdgarten, HM blazer

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  1. Victoria´s jacket is a bit iffy, but if it´s combined well, maybe it can work. I would have to see her whole outfit to make up my mind. I hope she didn´t wear matching trousers.
    Daniel looks good, but he could trim his hair in the back a little bit. The hair reaching the collar is not the best look, though I get the feeling that he likes it that way.

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    1. I agree with you about Daniel's hair, but admittedly, I am partial to short hair on men. I have a bigger problem with the hair on Victoria's neck. Since she always wears it up, I wish she would clean up the back of her neck.

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  2. Un couple que j’ai toujours trouvé sympathique. Jolie Victoria revenue à son petit chignon ; je la préfère avec les cheveux lâchés comme nous l’avons vue sur des photos récentes !

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  3. The Royal couple have certainly been working hard, keeping up to date on how these type of organisations are coping with the pandemic. Lovely to see participants engaging with the royal couple.

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  4. Yes, many digital meetings- but " para que?".. for what?
    It becomes very clear these days that the royals don't add any difference or value to the work other people are doing...

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    1. I have to agree with you. Since royals have a mainly ceremonial role today, and ceremonies cannot be carried out at the moment, I don´t really see what royals can achieve. They are trying, but video conferences are just not the type of exposure they need to make an impact. In fact, royals are avoiding exposure even more than others, so instead of elevating an event or a cause with royal presence, they are just another bunch of people in front of their laptops or just another bunch of people walking around with gloves and masks, bereft of their royal glamour and rendering them fairly unrecognizable.
      I think in times of crisis like now, people really need moral support, guidance and leadership, and I for one would give them more credit for being present and visible than isolating at home or getting "informed".

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