Crown Princess Victoria attends Annual Eat Forum
On Thursday, 13 June, Crown Princess Victoria attended the annual Eat Forum hosted at the Stockholm Annexet.
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 March 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 organizations 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.
This is not the first time that the Crown Princess has attended the Eat Forum, rather her presence has become a staple on her calendar each June. She has attended in 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. Some years she has attended alone and other times she has been joined by her cousins from Norway. When the Crown Princess has not been able to attend, Prince Daniel has gone (in 2014 and to Day 1 in 2018), as food sustainability is something they both have a strong investment in.
This year speakers included Anna König Jerlmyr of the council of finance in Stockholm, Prince Hussain Aga Khan of Focused on Nature (FON), and Johan Rockström, director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and professor at the Stockholm Resilience Center.
For this event Crown Princess Victoria chose a dress from H&M Conscious Collection. She apired this with gold jewelry from Dulong and Beige pumps from Rizzo. On her wrist her favorite Ebba Brahe and Sophie by Sophie bracelets could be see in addition to her Carl Edmond watch.