‘Together again!’ Swedish Royal Family are the epitome of Scandi-chic as they reunite at their summer residence Solliden Palace ‘after a long time in different places’ due to the pandemic
- Sweden’s Royal Family have been reunited at Solliden Palace on Öland island
- A sweet picture of the reunion, taken this month, was shared to Instagram today
- King Carl XVI Gustaf, 75, and Queen Silvia, 77, were joined by their three children
The members of Sweden’s Royal Family have all finally been reunited ‘after a long time in different places’ due to the coronavirus pandemic.
King Carl XVI Gustaf, 75, and Queen Silvia, 77, were joined by their three children and their spouses, as well as their eight grandchildren and pet dogs at Solliden Palace on Öland island, off the southeast coast of Sweden.
A sweet picture of the reunion, taken this month, was shared to the Swedish Royal Family’s Instagram account, alongside the caption: ‘Together on Öland again! A long-awaited reunion for the King.
‘The family, which after a long time in different places, can now once again gather on the “island of the sun and the winds”. A continued happy summer is wished to all.’
The members of Sweden’s Royal Family (pictured) have all finally been reunited ‘after a long time in different places’ due to the coronavirus pandemic
Dressed in an elegant ruffled white frock, Princess Victoria, 44, beamed as she stood next to her sister-in-law Princess Sofia, who looked equally stylish in a floral maxi dress.
The family’s newest addition, three-month-old Prince Julian sat contently in his mother Princess Sofia’s arms, while her husband Prince Carl Philip proudly stood behind his wife and next to his second son, Prince Gabriel, three.
Prince Gabriel, sporting a purple shirt, sat on a wooden cart opposite his cousins, Princess Victoria’s five-year-old son, Prince Oscar, and Princess Madeleine’s daughters, Princess Leonore, seven, and Princess Adrienne, three.
It comes after Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden looked effortlessly chic in all white when joining her family in new portraits (pictured) released to celebrate her 44th birthday
Princess Madeleine and her husband, Christopher O’Neill, who are based in the US, were pictured on the right-hand side of the photograph, alongside their son Prince Nicolas.
The family-of-five returned to Sweden last month to spend part of their summer with their relatives.
Princess Victoria’s husband Prince Daniel was placed behind the King and Queen, while the monarchs’ granddaughter Princess Estelle, nine, sat on a bale of hay with her cousin and Princess Sofia’s eldest son, five-year-old Prince Alexander.
Princess Estelle, who sported a light blue dress and a white bow in her hair, is the eldest daughter of Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel.