Crown Princess Victoria became a volunteer for the Stockholm City Mission

Crown Princess Victoria became a volunteer for the Stockholm City Mission (Stockholms Stadsmission) and helped other volunteers from Food4Heroes in the packaging of lunch boxes. Food4Heroes provides daily deliveries of free food boxes to healthcare workers and non-profit organizations. Prince Daniel is a supporter of Food4Heroes.
Crown Princess Victoria wore a new green print dress by Camilla Thulin, By Malene Birger, fashion designer Carin Rodebjer
Crown Princess Victoria has been patron of the Stockholm City Mission since 2010. Stockholm City Mission is a politically independent non-profit organization that works for homeless people, abused children and other vulnerable people. The Stockholm City Mission also takes part in social and educative initiatives.

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  1. I like her smile as usual. For the rest no real opinion since we can hardly see what she is wearing.

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  2. I LOVE YOU CP VICTORIA BUT YOU REALLY NEED TO WEAR MASK AND GLOVES BECAUSE I DONT WANT YOU TO BE SICK.

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    1. She is wearing gloves, but we don't belive in masks in Sweden. We don't go out when we are infected so why wear masks if no one is infected.

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    2. Masks don't prevent you from getting infected but they help in preventing you from infecting others. And you can spread the virus even if you don't have any symptoms yet, so that would defend the usage of masks. However, the likelihood of Victoria being infectious probably is quite small. I guess they are very cautious due to Daniel's medical condition, and the risks in these kind of situations are certainly minimized in one way or another. And in order to be effective, masks should be changed every couple of hours, you shouldn't touch them etc. I think masks may be useful in more populated countries and cities, but here in Scandinavia we have quite a lot of space around us even in the cities and in our culture we tend to keep our distance even without corona... :-)
      Emma

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  3. well, you don't believe in masks in sweden and you have one of the highest rates of people dying on Corona. But ok. don't believe in masks. :-)

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  4. Many people are infected without symptoms. That's why people wear masks.

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  5. I've never worn a mask; most people here do not (I am not in Sweden and my country is not crowded). Corona- and H*N*-viruses are everywhere. There will never be a sterile environment. Masks are not good for people with chronic breathing problems. I prefer Doctor Sunshine and Doctor Fresh Air without a mask. To each their own, I guess.

    As usual, Victoria is out-and-about and looks happy and engaged. More power to her.

    ~Laurel~

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  6. Hard to believe people still find the need to argue- just to be different. What does it even mean ‘we don’t believe in masks’? It’s not a religion one chooses to believe in or not. It’s a civic duty. Hardly an example for any royal or public person not to wear one. We’re passed the Middle Ages now. CH

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    1. Well, Sweden it isn't a civic duty.

      Minimal effectiveness and not necessary if she is practising decent hygiene and keeping a good distance apart from fellow volunteers. Masks are for when that isn't possible.

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  7. CP Victoria has incredible work ethic. She has been an inspiration during this pandemic. Her sunny smile and pleasant disposition is evident. She is going to be a superb Queen.

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  8. Another working Queen - Bravo!!!

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  9. Well said Emma - thank you. 👍👍👍

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  10. Remember Prince Albert was infected, although he was in a save environment.

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