Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden looked demure in a pink dress as she joined her father for a church service on Tuesday.
Victoria, 41, who is heir to the Swedish throne, accompanied her father King Carl XVI Gustaf for the opening of the General Synod at Uppsala Cathedral.
Father and daughter sat side by side on chairs at the front of the congregation, where they shared a quiet word before the start of the service.
Princess Victoria, 41, who is heir to the Swedish throne, accompanied her father King Carl XVI Gustaf for the opening of the General Synod at Uppsala Cathedral on Tuesday, pictured
The princess, pictured, appeared to be singing from a hymn sheet as she stood beside her father at the service
Father and daughter sat side by side on chairs at the front of the congregation, pictured, where they shared a quiet word before the start of the service
Later the pair were seen singing confidently from their hymn sheets as they joined in the worship.
Princess Victoria was not joined by her husband Prince Daniel, 45, while her mother Queen Silvia, 71, also stayed at home.
The princess donned a soft tonal ensemble for the outing, pairing an antique pink dress with a textured lilac coat.
Crown Princess Victoria looked in excellent spirits as she arrived, meeting leaders from the Church of Sweden outside before entering the cathedral
The princess donned a soft tonal ensemble for the outing, pairing an antique pink dress with a textured lilac coat, pictured
King Carl XVI Gustaf typically attends the opening with Queen Silvia however the royal schedule revealed Victoria, pictured today, would attend in her place
The princess accessorised her look with a charming flower hair pin, pictured, for the outing to Uppsala Cathedral on Tuesday
She finished the look with a pair of nude suede pumps and added a large flower pin in her hair for an extra touch.
Meanwhile her father looked dapper in a navy suit and blue tie.
Formerly a Catholic Cathedral, Uppsala Cathedral is a church of the Lutheran Church of Sweden and the seat of the Archbishop of Uppsala, the primate of Sweden.
Each year it hosts the he General Synod, the Church of Sweden’s highest decision-making body.
The princess appeared to be looking at the rest of congregation before the service got underway. The General Synod of the Church of Sweden takes place this week
Antje Jackelén, the Archbishop of Uppsala and Primate of the Church of Sweden, at the service on Tuesday
The stunning Uppsala Cathedral, pictured tonight, which dates back to the late 13th century, is host to the annual General Synod of the Church of Sweden
Crown Princess Victoria and King Carl XVI Gustaf were present for the opening of the General Synod
King Carl XVI Gustaf typically attends the opening with Queen Silvia however the royal schedule revealed Victoria would attend in her place.
Crown Princess Victoria made headlines last week when she commented on how ‘awful’ it was when her sister Princess Madeleine moved to the US.
Madeleine, the youngest daughter of King Carl XVI Gustaf, swapped Sweden for Florida earlier this summer with her yoGung family – leaving siblings Victoria and Carl Philip behind.
And speaking at the UN headquarters during a trip to New York City this week, her big sister described her departure as ‘awful’ according to Royal Central.
When asked whether she had managed to visit Madeleine during her trip, Victoria replied: ‘I wish! It would have been great fun to meet both her and her family, but it may be another time.’