I love that Princess Madeleine shares snippets of her family’s life on Facebook. Not too much, but just enough. I think it’s such a great way of meeting the people/media halfway. I think Kate and William could learn a lot from royals that embrace this way of compromising.
Anyway, this particular post Princess Madeleine shared of Princess Leonore at the pumpkin patch was too cute not to share. Look at her cute bow! And those leopard shoes!
Firstly, I must say I’m sorry for the lack of posts recently. It’s been for a good reason, promise: I have moved to Hamburg! I was excited to have been offered a job here back in beautiful Germany last month and couldn’t pass it up. Germany is, of course, a second home to me.
And, I’d be lying if I said the idea of getting to read royal mags about Scandinavian Royals on the reg did sweeten the deal a whole lot. 😉 I already have this week’s prized collection of scoop and cannot wait to share my findings.
So, let’s get down to it, shall we?
The Swedish Royal Court released yet another batch of photos of the recently betrothed Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist. I really like her hair and dress this round. She looks very regal. And of course, Prince Carl Philip looks dashing, as per usual.
Princess Madeleine has been busy these last few months back in her home country of Sweden. She had the baptism of her baby daughter, celebrating her sister’s birthday, vacationing in Italy, and so much more.
Yesterday and today she is celebrating the 15th anniversary of the World Childhood Foundation, which she has been working for for years alongside her mother, Queen Silvia.
Monday, September 8 and Tuesday 9 September highlighted the World Childhood Foundation’s 15th anniversary in Stockholm. Yesterday a dinner was hosted. Today, World Childhood Foundation’s annual meeting took place. The Queen welcomed chairman Kenneth Bengtsson. They discussed the plans for the coming year. The annual meeting ended by Princess Madeleine, who talked about ThankYou village Childhood, a global initiative that aims to highlight the importance of a safe and loving childhood. (Happy Swedes)
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen meeting Crown Princess Victoria when she visited the set of “So Little Time” at Universal Studios October 25, 2001 in Universal City, CA.
King Carl XVI Gustaf showing a young Princess Victoria the ropes, quite literally, 1979.
Before Kate started doing it with Prince George, Crown Princess was, and has been, dressing her sweet daughter Estelle that match the outfits she herself once wore as a wee babe.
Without sounding too much like my mom… I must say, this is one royal trend I can get behind. It also helps that the dresses Victoria once wore were absolutely precious.
I’m not completely sure, but I think Victoria has replicates of her dresses made, I don’t think they are the original. But I could be wrong…
Nonetheless, the two share an uncanny resemblance, and have similar sassy personalities!