Princess Estelle visits Royal Treasury in Stockholm with Crown Princess Victoria
On January 8, Princess Estelle of Sweden was given a lesson in the Swedish crowns and regalia at the Royal Treasury at the Royal Palace of Stockholm, which she went to with her mother, Crown Princess Victoria.
Some of the regalia she saw included Carl X Gustaf’s heirloom crown, Queen Gunilla Bielke’s spire, King Carl IX’s lubrication horn and Prince Oskar’s crown from 1844, which is the crown Estelle has been assigned with, as each member of the Swedish royal family have their own crowns.
Estelle and her mother also visited the royal font used at her baptism, which was made by François Cousinet between 1696 and 1707.
The little princess went on the visit after school, which she attends at Campus Manilla just outside of Stockholm.
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Crown Princess Victoria & Princess Estelle paid a visit to the Royal Treasury, underneath the Royal Palace in Stockholm today, to have a look at,among other things,the Royal regalia including the crowns & the Silver baptism font made in the early 1700s
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— JR (@Jakreg76) January 8, 2019
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