On Wednesday (January 9), Crown Princess Victoria attended the Life Guard in Kungsängen, the largest unit of the Swedish Armed forces. During her visit, the 41-year-old heir to the Swedish throne took part in several demanding activities, like testing and operating a military robot (yes, a real robot!) and witnessing a presentation by the battalion's dogs (which actually may have been more cute than demanding).
The Crown Princess' visit was profound evidence of just how effortlessly cool she is. She's the epitome of a well-rounded gal. She effortlessly rocks the tiara look. Her winter-wear is absolutely perfect. But besides looking royally-ready all the time, the Swedish princess also has an adventurous side to her. Observe the stunning tranformation Princess Victoria undergoes: from donning a classic tiara at royal galas to sporting full-blown camo gear when dropping in at a military base.
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On December 10 of last year, Crown Princess Victoria looked stunning in her royal getup. She wore a color-block dress that featured a pink strapless top, gold sash and silver skirt. But most noticeable was the Swedish royal's Connaught Tiara, which has special meaning for Princess Victoria’s mother: Queen Silvia wore this piece for her first public tiara appearance at her pre-wedding gala.