Princess Victoria stuns at the Baltic Sea Prize in Stockholm

She means business! Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden stuns in cream blazer as she attends Björn Carlson’s Baltic Sea Prize in Stockholm

  • Crown Princess Victoria, 46, stunned in formal attire for the ceremony
  • READ MORE: Swedish royals including Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Sofia put on a dazzling display as they mark King Carl Gustaf’s Golden Jubilee

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden looked radiant in a formal ensemble as she attended the award ceremony for Björn Carlson’s Baltic Sea Prize in Stockholm yesterday.

The Swedish royal, 46, was beaming with joy as she arrived at the prestigious ceremony, which celebrates green initiatives.

Upon her arrival, Victoria was greeted with a stunning bouquet of flowers from the chairman of the board, Bo Lehander.

Björn Carlsons Baltic Sea Prize is dedicated to increasing the appeal of the Baltic Sea and inspiring efforts to ensure a healthier seawater.

The mother-of-two opted for trendy suit separates for the outing, coordinating an elegant cream blazer with a pair of smart black trousers.

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden beamed with joy as she was greeted by Bo Lehander, the chairman of the prize’s board 

The mother-of-two swept her hair into a neat bun for the occasion and opted for minimal makeup.

Victoria added a touch of glamour to the outfit with a pair of stunning pearl drop earrings.

Upon her arrival, the royal looked pleased to accept flowers from the head of the board’s committee, Bo Lehander.

The Björn Carlson’s Baltic Sea Prize launched in 2022 and is an annual prize with a SEK 3 million prize, the equivalent to approximately £240,000, which is put towards research efforts.

Meanwhile Prince Daniel was absent from the award ceremony. 

Victoria and Daniel, who share two children, Princess Estelle, 11, and Prince Oscar, seven, celebrated their 13th wedding anniversary this year.

Previously a gym owner, Daniel, who was born Olof Daniel Westling, met Victoria at a training session before the pair began dating in 2002.

The couple announced their highly-anticipated engagement in 2009 and tied the knot a year later.

The Princess swept her hair into a neat bun for the occasion and opted for minimal makeup, revealing her natural beauty 

Upon her arrival, the Princess accepted a stunning bouquet of pink and white flowers from the chairman 

Despite a number of joint appearances in the past month, the pair are facing swirling rumours about the state of their marriage. 

In August, Daniel denied that there has been infidelity in his marriage and that the couple were ever on the brink of divorce in a rare television interview.

In the television interview, Daniel had slammed what he labelled a ‘mean and false rumour’ about his marriage to Sweden’s heir apparent.

He lashed out at those circulating the suggestions on social media and in parts of the Swedish press, saying the claims had had ‘serious consequences’ for his family.

‘Many friends from across Sweden and overseas have got in touch and things arrived at a certain point where we felt we could no longer accept it,’ he revealed.

The mother-of-two smiled for cameras outside the award ceremony, which celebrates green initiatives 

Victoria opted for trendy suit separates for the outing, coordinating her cream blazer with a pair of smart black trousers

‘I don’t think there is any sane person who believes in this rumour.’

Sweden’s royal court was forced to deny reports last year that an ‘incredible betrayal’ had brought Victoria and Daniel’s marriage to a point of crisis.

Victoria’s appearance comes after a busy time for the royal, who put on a glittering display as she arrived for King Carl Gustaf’s Golden Jubilee celebration in Stockholm earlier this month.

She wowed in a voluminous orange gown while her sister Princess Madeleine, 41, donned a stunning strapless outfit in lilac.

Sister-in-law Princess Sofia, 39, chose an eye-catching fuscia pink dress for the evening.

The royals were also joined by King Carl Gustaf, Prince Daniel and Prince Carl Philip in Stockholm.

Carl Gustaf, 77, is the first king in the Swedish monarchy’s more than 1,000-year history to reach 50 years on the throne.

And following the death of Queen Elizabeth II last year, he’s the second-longest reigning European monarch alive today, after Queen Margrethe, who celebrated her 50th anniversary on Denmark’s throne last year.

The jubilee was four days of celebrations that culminated with a military parade through the capital.

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