Queen Silvia and Princess Victoria Attend Synod Meeting

Queen Silvia and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attended an Service yesterday morning at Uppsala Cathedral. to open meetings of the Swedish General Synod. Queen Silvia did not wear a hat but Princess Victoria went with what appears to now be her millinery uniform- hair pulled back into a chignon and topped off with a feathery/flowery fascinator. This look was in hues of pink-tinted beige (last time was white and the time before, pink again). Please don’t misunderstand me- I am happy to see Victoria in a hat for a daytime engagement (something that does not happen very often). I just would be much happier if we saw a little more variety the hats she chooses and the way she wears them.

Crown Princess Victoria, September 25, 2013 | The Royal Hats Blog

Designer of Princess Victoria’s fascinator: unknown
Previously Worn: I suspect this piece is new

UPDATE: Reader Ruth pointed out that Queen Silvia wore a a hat yesterday afterall! This burgundy calot sat on the back of Silvia’s head and blended in quite well with her dark hair. I have a hunch in person, the hat stood out a little more and coordinated nicely with her burgundy purse and shoes.

Queen Silvia and Crown Princess Victoria, September 25, 2013 | The Royal Hats Blog

Designer of Queen Silvia’s hat: Karin Linder
Previously Worn: January 15, 2012 

Photos from Lehtikuva

5 thoughts on “Queen Silvia and Princess Victoria Attend Synod Meeting

  1. They both look very nice in these photos. I like both hats! I also love Victoria’s coat (and her hair is not quite as severe as it has been lately.)

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