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Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden put on a stylish display as she attended a conference on environmental sustainability in Stockholm today. 

The heir to the throne, 42, looked business chic in a maroon trouser suit and pale pink wool coat for the occasion. 

Completing her look with coordinating drop earrings, heeled boots and a box bag, the royal flashed a smile as she arrived at the conference. 

The mother-of-two, who is King Carl XVI Gustaf’s eldest daughter, was there to give a talk at the ‘Do We Have Room For Plastic In A Sustainable Future?’ seminar, at the Finnish Institute. 

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden put on a stylish display as she attended a conference on environmental sustainability in Stockholm today

The heir to the throne, 42, looked business chic in a maroon trouser suit and pale pink wool coat for the occasion

The heir to the throne, 42, looked business chic in a maroon trouser suit and pale pink wool coat for the occasion

The seminar looked at ways  to minimalise plastic use in the future to promote sustainability. 

It took place at the Finnish Institute in Stockholm, which aims to promote knowledge of Finnish culture and society in Sweden, and to facilitate cultural exchange between the countries.

The venue provides a varied programme of Finnish language courses, exhibitions, concerts, seminars, author readings, and lectures on culture, research and politics. 

Completing her look with coordinating drop earrings, heeled boots and a box bag, the royal flashed a smile as she arrived at the conference

Completing her look with coordinating drop earrings, heeled boots and a box bag, the royal flashed a smile as she arrived at the conference

The mother-of-two, who is King Carl XVI Gustaf's eldest daughter, was there to give a talk at the 'Do We Have Room For Plastic In A Sustainable Future?' seminar, at the Finnish Institute

The mother-of-two, who is King Carl XVI Gustaf’s eldest daughter, was there to give a talk at the ‘Do We Have Room For Plastic In A Sustainable Future?’ seminar, at the Finnish Institute

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

The Swedish King, 73, who is the second-longest reigning monarch in Swedish history, took to the throne in 1973 and survived the country’s landmark constitution the following year, and has an active role in public duties, albeit mainly ceremonial

The King and his wife Silvia, née Sommerlath, 75, a German-Brazilian former flight attendant, have been handing over increasing numbers of engagements to their eldest daughter Victoria in recent years, fuelling speculation that the monarch may abdicate, allowing the Crown Princess to take the throne.

The seminar looked at ways to minimalise plastic use in the future to promote sustainability

The seminar looked at ways to minimalise plastic use in the future to promote sustainability

Victoria, seen giving a speech, is the eldest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and heir apparent to the Swedish throne

Victoria, seen giving a speech, is the eldest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and heir apparent to the Swedish throne

The Yale graduate, who studied diplomacy and Swedish foreign policy before becoming a full-time working member of the royal family, was not expected to take to the throne when she was born in 1977 but a change in the law of succession three years later changed that, allowing her to overtake her brother Carl Philip.

In 2010, she married her former personal trainer Daniel Westling, 45, in front of 1,200 guests at beautiful ceremony at Stockholm Cathedral.

The couple have since settled comfortably into public life with their two children, Princess Estelle, seven, and Prince Oscar, three.

The Yale graduate studied diplomacy and Swedish foreign policy before becoming a full-time working member of the royal family. Seen arriving at the conference

The Yale graduate studied diplomacy and Swedish foreign policy before becoming a full-time working member of the royal family. Seen arriving at the conference

Pretty in pink! In 2010, she married her former personal trainer Daniel Westling, 45, in front of 1,200 guests at beautiful ceremony at Stockholm Cathedral

Pretty in pink! In 2010, she married her former personal trainer Daniel Westling, 45, in front of 1,200 guests at beautiful ceremony at Stockholm Cathedral

 

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