And they are GLORIOUS! Photos taken at the Gustav III pavilion in Haga Park, which is close to their home at Haga Palace. Kungahus has also put up a page in celebration of their wedding with photos, what they’ve accomplished as a team during the past 10 years, and a place to leave your thoughts about their big day.
To celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary on the 19th of June, Crown Princess Victoria & Prince Daniel of Sweden have shared these pics taken at the Gustav III pavilion in Haga Park close to their home at Haga Palace 📸 Elisabeth Toll/Kungl Hovstaterna pic.twitter.com/JbGucMJcr7
Will and Kate visited the Tata Steel plant in Port Talbot, South Wales on Tuesday, February 4th, and looking at her looking fabulous in a hard hat got your friendly neighborhood hofdames to thinking: What is it about Royal Ladies that makes them look so good in hard hats? Maybe you can tell us.
Since Kate is the one that kicked this whole question off, let’s take a look at her first. The other day in Wales, in Sunderland in 2018, and her first Royal Lady hard hat experience in Denmark, right after her wedding in 2011.
After taking a trip down memory lane last week, this week we are all about the here and now (or the soon to be here and now…).
For this post, we are talking about what we would like Queen Silvia and Crown Princess Victoria to wear to this years Nobel Ceremony, both the big event on December 10th and the King’s Dinner on the 11th.
Give us your hopes, wishes, predictions and wild-eyed guesses for what tiaras, jewels and gowns Sils and Vickan will wear for these two events.
Tiaras: For me I’m hoping for a Cameo appearance on Sils, and for Vickan to break out the Connaught Rubies.
Gowns: not real picky about gowns, but would love a repeat of Vickan’s gown for Maddie’s wedding.
The inspiration for the last few Defense of the Tiaras was the Sweden / South Korea State Dinner, held on June 14th. While Queen Silvia was radiant in the Leuchtenberg Sapphire Tiara, it was the tiaras of her daughters, and daughter-in-law, that prompted this series.
This week we are putting the fringe / fringe-adjacent tiaras of the Swedish princesses up against each other.