Princess Victoria of Sweden and King Carl Gustaf attend an art seminar

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden is elegant in a navy trouser suit as she carries out engagements with her father King Carl XVI Gustaf

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King Carl Gustaf and Crown Princess Victoria appeared in high spirits as they attended an arts seminar in Stockholm together.

The Swedish royals beamed with joy as they took their seats at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts yesterday to learn more about ‘The King’s House from Vasaborg to Italian Villa’.

Crown Princess Victoria, 46, cut an elegant figure as she donned a sophisticated navy suit.

The mother-of-two opted for a matching blue and cream striped silk blouse to compliment the look.

Victoria swept her hair into a neat bun for the occasion and opted for minimal makeup.

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden (left) and her father King Carl Gustaf (right) looked joyful as they attended a seminar yesterday 

She added a touch of glamour to the outfit with a pair of chic gold hoop earrings.

Meanwhile, King Carl Gustaf, 77, looked dapper as he sported a grey suit which he paired with black polished shoes.

The father-daughter duo beamed while taking their red thrones at the event.

The event took place at the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, which is one of the several Swedish Royal Academies.

It comes after royals from all over the world have headed to Sweden to mark the 50th Jubilee of Carl at the start of the month.

The Swedish royal family put on a glittering display as they attended the Golden Jubilee celebrations in Stockholm.

Carl Gustaf 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.

Victoria appeared radiant while taking her seat at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm 

The father-daughter duo took to the Royal Academy to attend the seminar ‘The King’s House – from Vasaborg to Italian Villa’ 

King Carl Gustaf looked dapper in a grey suit, which he matched with a crispy white shirt and satin grey tie 

The jubilee was four-day celebration that culminated with a military parade through the capital.

King Carl ascended to the throne on the death of his grandfather, Gustaf VI Adolf, on 15 September 1973.

He is the youngest child and only son of Prince Gustaf Adolf, Duke of Västerbotten, and Princess Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.

He married Silvia Sommerlath in 1976, three years after his accession.

The royal couple share three children – Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, 45, Prince Carl Philip of Sweden, Duke of Värmland, 43, and Princess Madeleine of Sweden, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland, 40.

It’s been a busy week for Victoria who attended the award ceremony for Björn Carlson’s Baltic Sea Prize in Stockholm on Wednesday.

The mother-of-two beamed with joy while taking her seat at the ceremony- a cushioned red throne 

The Princess accesorised her outfit with a stunning pair of small gold hoops and simple black pumps 

The Swedish royals smiled for the cameras with some of the individuals that also listened to the seminar 

The Swedish royal looked radiant 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.

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.

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