Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden looks elegant as she joins Queen Silvia and King Carl Gustaf and brother Prince Carl Philip to celebrate the state opening of parliament

  • The Swedish royal family attended a concert to mark the opening in Stockholm
  • READ MORE: Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel put on a united front

The Swedish royal family were out in full force yesterday as they celebrated the State Opening of Parliament in Stockholm. 

Every year the royals attend a concert at the Concert Hall which marks the start of a new parliamentary working year. 

And last night was no different, with Crown Princess Victoria, 46, cutting an elegant figure as she donned a black floral patterned dress. 

The frock is from Dolce and Gabbana and features a conservative neckline and peplum detailing at the hem. 

The mother-of-two paired the garment with a black clutch bag from Nancy Gonzalez, and black teardrop dangly earrings.

Crown Princess Victoria , 46, cut an elegant figure as she donned a black floral patterned dress at the event in Stockholm last night 

The heir apparent opted for onyx coloured polished heels from Gianvito Rossi and wore her brunette locks in a sleek low-bun. 

The Princess beamed as she held onto Prince Daniel’s arm as the pair walked into the venue. 

Her husband, 49, looked dapper as he sported a navy suit which he paired with black polished shoes. 

The royal couple put on a unified front, seemingly hitting back against the rumours that have swirled around them recently.

Victoria and Daniel, who share two children, Princess Estelle, 11, and Prince Oscar, seven, celebrated their 13th wedding anniversary this year.

Previously a gym owner, Daniel, who was born Olof Daniel Westling, met Victoria at a training session before the pair began dating in 2002.

The couple announced their highly-anticipated engagement in 2009 and tied the knot a year later. 

Sweden’s royal court was forced to deny reports last year that an ‘incredible betrayal’ had brought Victoria and Daniel’s marriage to a point of crisis.

Also at the opening of parliament was Prince Carl Philip of Sweden, 44, and his wife, Princess Sofia, 38

The family posed for a photograph together outside the door in Stockholm yesterday evening 

Also at the opening of parliament was Prince Carl Philip of Sweden, 44, and his wife,  Princess Sofia, 38. 

The Prince looked smart as he donned a fetching royal blue suit which he paired with a white shirt, a beige patterned tie, some black shoes and a chunky silver watch. 

His wife, Princess Sofia, who clutched onto her husband’s arm, went for a cream outfit. 

She sported a three-quarter-length top which she tucked into a pair of eggshell pleated wide-leg trousers. 

To accessorise, the Princess opted for a silver clutch bag along with some pointed shiny kitten heels and a chunky necklace. 

She wore her honey-coloured ombre hair down, and opted for natural makeup with a touch of pink lipstick. 

Every year the royals attend this event which marks the start of a new parlimentary working year

Queen Silvia, 79, and King Carl Gustaf, 77, were also at the annual event. 

The Queen opted for a midi-length purple dress which she paired with a chunky pearl necklace and a violet shawl. 

The King, like both Prince Daniel and Prince Carl Philip of Sweden, was well-dressed in a navy suit which he paired with a gold patterned tie. 

The family were all smiles as they were pictured earlier on in the day greeting officials and waving at wellwishers. 

The King watched on and accompanied his daughter, Princess Victoria, as she made the rounds. 

Victoria is the eldest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and heir apparent to the Swedish throne. 

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