Victoria looks beautiful at the latest pictures, but it“s a shame I think that she wears those clothes again so soon after she used them last time. Let“s give her some days off so that she can go shopping...
I really love what she's done with her hair here: http://img120.imagevenue.com/img.php...ge=66885_5.jpg I can't quite see it all, but it's a marked improvement from the ponytail. To be honest here, I find this jacket to be oversized and far too heavy. I mean, maybe it was very cold, but it just looks far too big and untidy. A bit too casual.
it“s a shame I think that she wears those clothes again so soon after she used them last time. Let“s give her some days off so that she can go shopping...
On a serious note I just read on another thread that she has Aide-de-Camps instead of Ladies in Waiting which may explain many of her fashion faux pas. Nonetheless, for someone dressed by military servants she sometimes looks glamorous and smiles graciously.
Today Monday, Crown Princess Victoria gave precedence to The Exlibris Society of Sweden (bookplate) in the Bernadotte Library at the Royal Palace. The society presented her with a personal exlibris, made by Vladimir A Sagerlund. The society has earlier presented Prince Carl Philip with a personal exlibris as well. Maybe Princess Madeleine is next! :)
Yesterday Crown Princess Victoria attended a reception and information meeting with the AAPKI Foundation at the Royal Mews in Stockholm, about the help project that the foundation has set up to send new homes with fireplaces to earthquake victims in Pakistan. The King recently bought a cabin for the project, read about that here.
Here Victoria is with two 13 year old students and their teacher, whom have helped raise 16 000 SEK to the project at a school bazaar. Picture by Petter Oftedal via Expresssen.