Hit the right note! Princess Sofia of Sweden summers in a floral dress while attending the Stockholm Music Festival
Princess Sofia of Sweden was the picture of summer style in a floral dress as she took part in a singing competition for disabled artists today.
The royal, 38, was effortlessly elegant in a £350 pink gown by Timo, decked out in peach, red and purple tones, as she appeared at Funkisfestivalen in Stockholm.
Her ruffled sleeve design and perforated bodice made for a perfectly romantic silhouette, which she accessorised with statement jewelery including gold earrings.
The mother-of-three styled her highlighted tresses in loose waves and opted for a dewy make-up look that showed off her tan.
Adding to her height, Sofia sported chunky beige pumps for the evening.
Princess Sofia of Sweden was pictured in summer style in a floral dress as she took part in a singing competition for disabled artists today.
She couldn’t contain her joy as she posed with other participants for the finals of the competition, which took place today on the Stockholm waterfront.
Sofia also attended last year’s festival, where she also presented the winning awards.
Funkisfestivalen has been held every year since 2011, and sees people perform in hopes of picking up a prize named after the local municipality.
The festival aims to support culture and leisure activities for people with intellectual and neuropsychiatric disabilities.
It comes last month, when the princess joined her family at the Polar Music Awards.
Sofia looked radiant as she dazzled in a white gown with a pink and blue floral pattern alongside her husband Prince Carl Philip.
The mother-of-three accessorized her stunning dress with an off-white clutch bag and a sparkling bouquet, while she sported a curly hairdo.
Prince Carl added to his wife’s glamor by donning a dapper black suit with a matching black bow tie.
The royal, 38, looked effortlessly elegant in a pink gown adorned in peach, red and purple tones as she appeared at Funkisfestivalen in Stockholm.
Her ruffle sleeve design and cinched bodice made for a perfectly romantic silhouette, which she accessorized with statement jewelery including gold earrings.
She couldn’t contain her glee as she posed with other participants for the finals of the competition, which took place today on the Stockholm waterfront.
Funkisfestivalen has been held annually since 2011, and sees people perform in the hope of picking up an award named after their local municipality.
Sophia’s photo at the event. The festival aims to support culture and leisure activities for people with intellectual and neuropsychiatric disabilities
Elsewhere Sweden’s Princess Victoria made sure all eyes were on her as she stepped out in a bright yellow dress for a music awards ceremony in Stockholm.
The heir to the Swedish throne, 45, was a vision in a neon, tiered, floor-length gown as she was joined by her parents King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia – as well as her brother and his wife.
Victoria’s asymmetrical number was perfectly teamed with a pair of black patent pointed heels and a small black handbag.
She accessorized the look with a pair of sunflower drop earrings, a multicolored bracelet and two silver charm bracelets.
For her make-up, she donned a neutral base with a minimal smokey eye, and a pink lip, while her hair was tightly pinned into a bun.
The princess is holding a bright bouquet filled with fuchsia and yellow petals.
The Polar Music Prize is Sweden’s biggest music award and is usually shared by a pop artist and a classical musician. It was founded in 1989 by the late Stig Andersson, manager of the Swedish pop group ABBA.
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