King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia visited Stockholm County

Queen Silvia wore and blue jacket and skirt, skirt suit. She is wearing gold earrings and gold bracelet

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, members of the Royal Family, on the initiative of the King, will visit Sweden's 21 counties. The first nine visits will take place in the autumn of 2020. Through the visits, the King wants to show solidarity with the people affected by the pandemic and draw attention to local initiatives in various sectors of society. On Monday 12 October, King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia started the planned visit calendar with their visit to Stockholm County.

Queen Silvia wore and blue jacket and skirt, skirt suit. She is wearing gold earrings and gold bracelet
Queen Silvia wore and blue jacket and skirt, skirt suit. She is wearing gold earrings and gold bracelet
Queen Silvia wore and blue jacket and skirt, skirt suit. She is wearing gold earrings and gold bracelet
Queen Silvia wore and blue jacket and skirt, skirt suit. She is wearing gold earrings and gold bracelet
Queen Silvia wore and blue jacket and skirt, skirt suit. She is wearing gold earrings and gold bracelet
Queen Silvia wore and blue jacket and skirt, skirt suit. She is wearing gold earrings and gold bracelet
Queen Silvia wore and blue jacket and skirt, skirt suit. She is wearing gold earrings and gold bracelet
Queen Silvia wore and blue jacket and skirt, skirt suit. She is wearing gold earrings and gold bracelet
Queen Silvia wore and blue jacket and skirt, skirt suit. She is wearing gold earrings and gold bracelet

12 Comments

  1. The question of the day: What is the real color? Blue, purple, cornflower blue?
    Love the detail of the neckline and then the small bow/brocade thing (not sure what it is called), as well as the slit detail of the sleeves. Overall, very pleasant look for the Queen.

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    1. Exactly what I was thinking. Not sure what the colour is but Queen Silvia is looking good

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    2. The small bow is actually a closure and is called a “frog!” Not sure about the origin of the name.

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    3. Perfect fashion presentation from both of them.
      Would be nice if King Carl could give and extra smile from time to time.
      But then that's his personality. Not a great fault.

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  2. En faisant défiler les images, nous avons l’embarras du choix afin de trouver la couleur portée par la reine ; peu importe parce que tout lui va à merveille. Ses petits talons sont d'une hauteur qu'il faut pour être confortable, à mon avis bien-sûr !
    J’essaie d'en porter d'une hauteur entre 3 et 3.5 cm pas plus !

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  3. Love her hair!!! The flow, the color. A little bit longer and it would be perfect!

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  4. I wholeheartedly support the King´s approach. It´s time to take action and come out from hiding. The public attention needs to shift from medical statistics to society as a whole. So far, the dire consequences of corona measures have not been shown, let alone analyzed. Media and politicians neglecting the economical and social consequences as "collateral damage" (as has been the case for more than half a year) is nothing short of scandalous. I also applaud the King for scrutinizing the medical experts´ advice and asking some long overdue questions and exposing contradicting and illogical scientific "expertise". And lastly, I like him and other members of the family visiting all corners of the country and reaching out to the people thus giving them a chance to add to a much needed broader public debate.

    I wish high-ranking people in other countries will follow his example as the consequences are worse in most other countries.

    Both the King and the Queen look polished and professional. Way to go!

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    1. Yes, Vanessa, right on. "Cases" are now the focus. Testing & false positives from antibodies from previous bouts of the flu or even unknowingly contracting Covid is what is now being presented. Countries with mandatory masks everywhere (outside) are now seeing even more illness. Dementia & deaths from lockdown are way up. The approach so far has been disastrous, you don't mask healthy people. Oh, to get back to normal; but politicians and medical "experts" (all differing) love their new-found media exposure & powers.

      Fashion-wise, it's really too bad that the colors are different in the photos and especially bad that the jacket does not fit Silvia in the bust area. Very poor fit for any lady, not to mention for a queen. Perhaps a size larger would make a difference, it does look tight overall.

      ~Laurel~

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  5. The Queen looks lovely in purple, or whatever the true color is. It's a great shade on her!

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  6. The Queen looks lovely. She looks great in jewel tones.

    E.B.B.

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  7. It is a pity that aren't wearing masks when indoors.

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  8. I am surprised they are not wearing masks. Swedes are much more intelligent than many in the US but no excuse for no masks.

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