Classy in emerald! Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden shines in a green dress as she joins her parents King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia at the Swedish Academy meeting in Stockholm
- Members of the royal family attended the grand annual ceremony of the Swedish Academy in Stockholm
- Crown Princess Victoria joined Queen Silvia alongside King Carl Gustaf
- A surprised mother of two in a dark green velvet dress paired with black heels
Members of the Swedish royal family made an elegant show while attending a state engagement just days before Christmas.
Crown Princess Victoria joined her parents King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia at the Swedish Academy’s grand annual gala held at the old Stock Exchange building in Stockholm.
The mother-of-two, 44, stunned in a green floor-length dress with black heels and a fur jacket, while opting to wear her shiny brown hair in a signature low bun style.
She completed the look by choosing to accentuate her natural features with a subtle pink blush on her cheeks and a nude lipstick.
Crown Princess Victoria (pictured) wore a green floor-length gown as she joined her parents King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia at the Swedish Academy’s grand annual gala tonight in Stockholm
Queen Silvia teamed a black fur-trimmed shawl with a matching dress alongside King Carl Gustaf (pictured) who co-ordinated in a black suit
The Queen walked away to her parents’ side as Queen Silvia, Sweden’s longest-serving queen, led the way in a fur-trimmed shawl and matching black dress.
King Carl Gustaf looked equally polished as he coordinated with his wife in a black suit with a white shirt and tie.
Despite the expected cold weather of the season, he appeared in good spirits and without the need for a coat.
Each member of the Swedish royal family completed their look by wearing a sash and star of the Order of Seraphim and the Family Order of King Carl Gustaf.
Crown Princess Victoria (pictured) swept her glossy brown hair in her signature low bun style
King Carl Gustaf and Crown Princess Victoria (pictured) appeared in good spirits at the annual event founded in 1786
The family traditionally gathers for the annual event in the run-up to Christmas each year.
The Swedish Academy was originally founded in 1786 by King Gustav III. Its purpose is to work on the purity, strength and transcendence of the Swedish language.
The Academy annually appoints recipients of several awards and scholarships, including the determination of the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature.
This year’s winners include Ingvar Björkesson, who received the 2021 Royal Prize, Lotta Lotas, who received the 2020 Gerard Bonnier Prize and Susan Austin, who received the 2021 Kilgren Prize.
Crown Princess Victoria (pictured) looked on as several awards and scholarships were set throughout the evening
The Swedish Academy’s grand annual gala in the old stock exchange building in Stockholm attracted a large crowd in attendance
Although the Swedish royal family prepares for festive festivities, King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia still enjoy a busy schedule in the days leading up to Christmas.
The couple are due to attend the Drottningholms Slottsteaters party at Drottningholm Castle Church on the 23rd, the same day Queen Silvia will celebrate her 78th birthday.
Meanwhile, it’s unlikely we’ll see Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel go out again before the holiday.
Much like the Queen’s Christmas address, the Swedish royal family released a Christmas message a few days before the big day in which they think about the year before and the year after.
King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia (pictured) are set to attend the Drottningholms Slottsteaters party before wrapping up on Christmas