The Swedish royal family hosted the state dinner at Kungl, the royal palace in Stockholm, and Princess Sofia attended with her husband, Prince Carl Philip.

King Carl Gustaf invited guests from the transitional government, parliament, diplomatic corps, authorities, science, sports, business, culture and other personalities the royal family met during their trips to Sweden.

Princess Sofia arrived with husband Prince Carl Philip and looked stylish in a long Zetterberg Couture skirt which she paired with a matching long-sleeved top.

The Swedish royal beauty chose to wear her Adele lace skirt in pastel pink with matching stilettos.

To finish off the glamorous outfit, she donned her silver Bottega Veneta flat wallet and the Palmette tiara.

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The Palmette tiara happens to be the same tiara she wore for her wedding to Prince Carl Philip in 2015, complementing her stunning long-sleeved Ida Sjöstedt wedding dress.

The jewel was given to her by King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia and featured matching diamond palmettes and spikes, topped with emeralds.

For the glamorous dinner at the Royal Palace this week, however, Princess Sofia altered the tiara and removed the emerald to replace them with pearls.

The pearls have been added to the tiara to match her oyster-coloured top and pastel pink skirt, but this isn’t the first time the princess has altered the piece.


Fellow royal fan and social media user @catherine.duncan48, commented: “She’s lovely, she always looks good.”

Instagram user @luxmeagainpreloved said, “She’s pretty. I like the top and hairdo from last time a bit more, but she’s still very pretty.”

Princess Sofia, 37, was a model and reality TV contestant before marrying Prince Carl Philip and joining the Swedish royal family.

The couple reportedly met at a nightclub after being introduced by mutual friends and they later described the meeting as “love at first sight”.

In 2010, the Swedish royal court confirmed the relationship, and in 2011 the couple moved into Djurgården Palace, Stockholm, together.

Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip announced their engagement in 2014 and married in Slottskyrkan, Stockholm the following year.

The couple now have three children: Prince Julian of Sweden, Prince Alexander, Duke of Södermanland, Prince Gabriel, Duke of Dalarna.


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