Today Crown Princess Victoria attended the EAT Conference in Stockholm alongside Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway. Here is the description of "What is EAT?" from their website, which I find to be very informative.
"The EAT Foundation builds on the work of the EAT Initiative, created by the Stordalen Foundation and Stockholm Resilience Centre in 2013. Together with the Wellcome Trust they launched the EAT Foundation in Mars 2016 with the ambition to reform the global food system, enabling us to feed a growing global population with healthy food from a healthy planet. The three organisations will use their unique range of experience in health, science, policy and sustainability, to convene experts and decision makers who together can transform the way we eat."
Both Victoria and Mette-Marit attended last year. This year, Victoria will present the Local EAT Award as well as the Global Innovation Award. Tomorrow both will attend as Mette Marit launches the Global Nutrition Report.
Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip are celebrating their 1st Wedding Anniversary today by attending as a family (yes little Prince Alexander is there too!) Stenhammar Day at Stenhammar Estate. Stenhammar is a house which the King and Queen rent and where they spend many weekends. They are free to decorate it as they want- something they can only do to a certain extent at Drottningholm- and it is situated on a farm in Flen. I believe that if Carl Gustaf was not King, he would be a farmer, something I believe he has also hinted at as well.
This year's Stenhammar Day, which is put on by the Swedish University of Agricultural Science in partnership with Stenhammar Estate, is focusing on the climate, environment, and securing food. Princess Sofia is wearing a new white shirt which Johanna found to come from Daisy Grace and Heaven found that her boots were originally sold at Zara!