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Royal Catchup- Part 1: Swedish Academy Gathering

First off, I will apologize for the delayed post- I have been under the weather... Napping a few times a day and not doing much else. I finally am feeling better and have the energy to write a post or 2- I shall do just that.

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First is our last major event of 2015- The Formal Meeting of the Swedish Academy in Old Stockholm. This event is held annually and typically attended by the entire Royal Family- this year was no exception. Queen Silvia was the first lady to step out of a car wearing a brown fur coat over a brown dress. She appeared to be wearing the short pearl and diamond earrings.

Crown Princess Victoria rewore a black velvet dress first seen at the same event in 2011 while she was pregnant with Princess Estelle. No idea who the designer of this gown is. She carried a LK Bennett clutch she has had for many years. For jewels, she wore part of the diamond earrings from Brazilian Parure. In her hair she wore the flower brooch from the same parure. Her brooch is a diamond and pearl brooch with a a pearl drop first seen on Queen Victoria.

Princess Sofia, wore a new dress from Viktoria Chan and a faux fur coat from Moris Stockholm. Her earrings come from Caroline Svedbom. Her gold clutch comes from H&M. Her brooch is one that I don't recognize so I don't have anything to share about it. Sofia also debuted a new short hair cut that looks amazing on her!

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Finally, Princess Madeleine wore one of her gowns from Ida Sjöstedt with a By Malina fur coat. She carried a black clutch from Bottega Veneta. She wore in her hair a pair of diamond earrings last seen on Queen Silvia in 2012 if my memory serves correctly. She wore her custom pair of diamond and pearl drop earrings from La Campanina Capri.

Which was your favorite outfit from the night? I just couldn't pick- everyone brought their A Game!

Royal Catchup- Part 2: Christmas Concert

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