Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel live near the Royal Cemetery. During the All Saints' Day, they honored their relatives by lighting candles at the graves.
The All Saints' Day, a feast that means a great deal to all those whose relatives are no longer among us. During the weekend it is a tradition to visit the graves of their relatives and to honor their memory by lighting a candle or decorating their graves with various flower arrangements. Also the Swedish royal family has this tradition.
Many of the royal relatives are resting at the Royal Cemetery in Haga Park. Victoria and Daniel, who live close by, visit the graves now and then but of course they think it is extra important to light a candle during such a weekend.
- It's a nice tradition to light a candle at the cemeteries this weekend. This is also what the royal family thinks of and wants to pay attention to, says Margareta Thorgren.
Over the weekend, the court published new pictures at the Royal Cemetery, taken by court photographer Sara Friberg.
Victorias fina gest vid graven _ Svensk Dam