Weekly Recap: 17 Nov - 30 Nov

On 17 November, Crown Princess Victoria continued her hikes around Sweden by hiking in Värmland, Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia' Duchy. 

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For this hike, Victoria continued her streak of wearing Houdini and Merrell while hiking- she wore a Houdini base level and her Merrell shoes. This time she opted for an older grey coat (no identification). 

On Sunday, 19 November, Crown Princess Victoria and Queen Silvia attended a performance given by Swedish female actresses reading anonymous sexual assault testimonies. The Swedish Royal Family have been vocal in support of the #MeToo campaign and have shared their desire to see things change because of all the attention it has been getting. The Queen has long hoped for this issue to stop being "taboo" as her foundation World Childhood Foundation centers around sexual assault in children. The Queen and Crown Princess join the King and Prince Daniel in the list of members of the family who have discussed the #MeToo campaign. 

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For this attendance, Crown Princess Victoria wore her favorite H&M and Erdem top with Kreuger Jewellery earrings and Valentino Rockstud bag

On 21 November, Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia's foundation hosted a Symposium on Dyslexia at the palace. They were joined in attendance by Queen Silvia, who has long been a champion for dyslexia due to the King's own dyslexia and two of her children also having it. The symposium highlighted that there are many great and famous people who have dyslexia and the foundation is pushing for children to realize their full potential. I believe my favorite quote of the seminar was by Pigge Werkelin who made the (roughly translated) comment, "I really think that dyslexics can go as far as (humanly) possible- just look at the Prince's dad- he became King!"

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For this event, Princess Sofia wore a new dress from Rodebjer and her Stinaa.J pumps. 

On 22 November, Crown Princess Victoria attended the Anders Wall Lecture in Entrepreneurship at Uppsala University. While in attendance she presented the Anders Wall Scholarship (SEK 100 000) to this year's Uppsala Student of the Year, Fredrik Pettersson. This is the second time that the Crown Princess has presented the award, the last time was 2011. Also in attendance was Tord Magnusson and his wife Princess Christina, who presented the award in 2015. 

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For this forum, Crown Princess Victoria wore a blue cropped jacket first seen at the very beginning of the year (no identification) with a blouse and pants from Rodebjer. She carried her black Valentino Rockstud bag and Kreuger Jewellery feather earrings. 

 

On 23 November, the Crown Princess undertook a day of events in Germany. Crown Princess Victoria landed at the airport around 13.00, from there she was taken directly to the Porsche plant (Topic: Startups in industry) before going to visit the Helmholtz-Zentrum (Centre for Environmental Research).

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In the the evening,  she attended the gala dinner and presentation of in the Swedish Business Prize at Kongresshalle am Zoo.

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For her morning events, Victoria wore a new pink pant suit from Filippa K with her Hugo Boss blouse. She carried her & Other Stories clutch and wore her Rizzo pumps. In the evening she wore a new gown from H&M and Erdem. For her evening look she carried her black Valentino bag and wore her favorite Stella McCartney pumps.

Also on the 23rd of November, the King and Queen hosted their final Representative Dinner of the year. These dinners are for representatives in government and typically 2-3 are held a year. This evening the King and Queen were joined by Prince Daniel, Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia. 

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For this gala dinner, Queen Silvia looked lovely in a red lace gown and wore parts of the Amethyst set. Princess Sofia wore her Zetterberg Lace gown (one of my favorites!) and carried what is likely a clutch from Christian Louboutin. While Louboutin has denied to us that it is from them, they also repeatedly denied another clutch that we found to be from them, so we are sure this is another one of those cases. The clutch bears much resemblance to their Vanite clutch.  

On 24 November, the Crown Princess Couple in connection to their Foundation held a seminar at the Palace in Stockholm. The focus on the seminar was community and confidence- with discussions talking about how one creates a community in society, how we trust each other, and how this counteracts exclusion. 

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For this seminar, Crown Princess Victoria wore a new suit from Gant paired with a pink blouse from Marville Road. She wore her Caroline Svedbom earrings and her & Other Stories clutch. She wore her unidentified burgundy boots which have become one of her favorites in the past month.

On 28 November, Crown Princess Victoria attended a seminar titled "The Global Ocean and the Future of Humanity" held at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. The seminar focused on the global ocean and celebrated Volvo Environment Prize Laureate professor Rashid Sumaila's work. This seminar fits in with Victoria's work with the UN. 

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Crown Princess Victoria wore her blue striped Gant suit with her blue Greta blouse. She wore blue pumps (no identification), Kreuger Jewelry necklace and her blue Valentino Rockstud bag

On November 30th, Princess Sofia attended Ideas for Life's 30th Anniversary celebrations at Cirkus in Stockholm. 

For this evening out, Princess Sofia wore a new jacket from Dorothee Schumacher which she paired with black trousers and a new black clutch from Tiger of Sweden (Thanks Pelle). She debuted a new necklace featuring two astrology signs- aires and virgo- the signs of both of her sons. I believe the necklace is a combination of these two necklaces from Engelbert Stockholm.