Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, shared some good news for the Swedes on social media about the country's capital city hosting the World Figure Skating Championships.
The Crown Princess revealed on a video shared on Instagram that Stockholm will be hosting this year’s World Figure Skating Championships. The 43-year-old shared how proud she is of her capital city.
“Ladies and gentlemen, I am so proud that our beautiful capital gets to host the World Figure Skating Championships. I really wish I could have been in the Ericsson Globe Arena tonight for the grand opening ceremony,” she said.
Princess Victoria is helped with her dress by fiance Daniel Westling during the Government Pre-Wedding Dinner for Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Daniel Westling at The Eric Ericson Hall on June 18, 2010 in Stockholm, Sweden | Photo: Getty Images
WORLD FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS
The future Queen of Sweden added how she and her family are looking forward to the event. She added they are looking forward to seeing the world's best skaters compete in their city.
The Crown Princess sent out her best wishes to the participants and volunteers and wished them the best of luck with the ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2021.
She shared the message while standing in the Haga Palace hallway wearing an egg blue jacket with a ruffled white blouse. Her coat had the same color as the curtains.
Her Royal Highness wore pearl earrings matching with her blouse. She tied her brunette hair in a ponytail. Behind her was a flowerpot, and across the hallway were two green armchairs.
FIRST VIRTUAL APPEARANCE
It was Princess Victoria’s first virtual appearance since she and Crown Prince Daniel tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month. The Royal Court of Sweden reportedly announced on March 25 that the pair were isolating with their two kids.
The released statement stated the royal couple were showing light symptoms but were feeling well. Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel share 9-year-old Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar, 5.
RECOVERING FROM COVID-19
According to Hello Magazine, the pair are reportedly healthy and have recovered from the virus. The couple did not participate in the memorial service at Drottningholm Palace earlier this month.
ALL ABOUT THE PRINCESS
Princess Victoria was born on 14 July 1977 and is the first child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and his spouse, Queen Silvia. When she ascends the throne one day, she will be Sweden's fourth queen regnant since 1720.
She is a godmother to many European royal children, including Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Prince Constantine Alexios. Princess Victoria first welcomed her first child with her husband in August 2011 and their second child in February 2012.