Crown Princess Family Supports GenPep
Today, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel, Princess Estelle, and Prince Oscar were all in attendance at the annual Pep-Day organized by the Crown Princess Couple’s GenPep.
Pep Day is held annually every year at Haga Park in Solna, Stockholm. During the day, children and families are encouraged to try new sports, activities, and participate in the Prince Daniels Race (for the younger children) or the Haga Race (for older children and adults). Scattered around Haga Park are over 40 different organizations and activities for children to try out, including table tennis, yoga, and different wheelchair sports. The aim is to give children and young people the opportunity to experience the joy of movement in various forms and to gain knowledge about movement and diet.
Generation Pep (GenPep) is a non-profit organization initiated by the Swedish Crown Princess Couple, with the vision that all children and young people in Sweden should have the ability and desire to live an active and healthy life.
For this family friendly day, Crown Princess Victoria sported an H&M x GenPep t-shirt (not available for sale online) and a new pair of Adidas sneakers.
Princess Estelle also wore her GenPep x H&M attire, a pair of joggers and a t-shirt (not available online) - which she paired with a light blue Ia Bon Hair Tie and Adidas sneakers.
Prince Oscar wore a pair of Levi’s jeans, a grey t-shirt, and a pair of black Vans sneakers.