Extra interesting that the exhibition is on the floor of the Royal Palace where Crown Princess Margareta lived with Gustaf (VI) Adolf and the five children, Gustaf Adolf, Sigvard, Ingrid, Bertil and Carl Johan. Unique objects are displayed, from the royal collections, which belonged to the Crown Princess and for the first time fascinating material from the archives.
Fantastisk utställning om Daisy - en prinsessa före sin tid - GALA magasin
At Facebook of The Friends of the Royal Armoury/Livrustkammarens Vänner
On National Day on June 6, the exhibition about Daisy (Crown Princess Margareta) opened at the Royal Palace. One of the objects shown there is Crown Princess Margareta's ruby diadem.
It was made in London in 1905 and Margareta received it as a wedding gift from the British royal couple Edward VII and Alexandra. Edward VII was the brother of Margareta's father, Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught.
From the exhibition, a dress from around 1910, which is one of the few preserved dresses that belonged to Crown Princess Margareta.
At Facebook of The Royal Palaces:
Crown Princess Margareta was a pioneer as a sports royalty. Already the first summer in Sweden, she was on the cover of 'Ny tidning för idrott' (New magazine for sports) which could tell about the princess who played tennis and engaged in horseback riding and golf. The magazines were filled with articles about how the family played sports together. Here is a small film from the beginning of the 1910s where the Crown Princess plays football with Princes Gustaf Adolf and Sigvard at Sofiero. After a while, Princess Ingrid and Gustaf (VI) Adolf join.
Fotbollssommar. Kronprinsessan... - Kungliga Slotten