More photos from the Nobel Prize Laureates Dinner tonight in Stockholm.
Members of the Swedish Royal Family attend the Nobel Prize Laureates Dinner in Stockholm.
Tiara Events 2013: Turkish State Visit to Sweden
Members of the Swedish Royal Family at the gala dinner for the Nobel Prize in Stockholm
I wonder what was so funny
The Swedish Royal Family, sans Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Madeleine at the Nobel Prize Ceremony in Stockholm
The King, Queen, Crown Princess, and Prince Daniel attended a variety of meetings and medal fiefdom at the Royal Palace yesterday.
The tiaras of Queen Silvia
Did you know?
Queen Silvia of Sweden is a trained interpreter and speaks six languages: Swedish, German, Portuguese, French, Spanish, and English. She also has some fluency in Swedish Sign Language.
Photo released by the Royal Palace
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima have lunch at the Royal Palace in Stockholm with the Swedish King, Queen, Crown Princess, and Prince Daniel. The Dutch Royals are on a one day visit to Sweden
"For a mother it is a big, big moment of your life when you see your own daughter coming into the church and of course wearing the diadem … I saw the beauty of the tiara and her happiness.
I had only one wish, I hope so much that she would find the same happiness as I, and it was harmonic picture of her, her happiness, the tiara, the veil… I know also for his Majesty, it was a very special moment too, knowing that his mother had worn it, it was beautiful” - Queen Silvia in the documentary the De Kongelige Juveler, talking about Crown Princess Victora’s wedding and her tiara
New Year’s Court:
Today, Queen Silvia attended the opening of Explore!, An international conference on children’s culture, which took place at the Technical Museum in Stockholm.