Princess Estelle wears coat like her mother Crown Princess Victoria's10/25/2020
Like mother, like daughter! Princess Estelle of Sweden, eight, wears a camel coat identical to Crown Princess Victoria’s – as they join King Carl Gustaf to open Stockholm bridge
- Three generations of the Swedish royal family gathered to open a new bridge
- Princess Estelle, 8, daughter of Crown Princess Victoria, 43, wore a camel coat, as did her mother, as the pair opened the Golden Bridge in Slussbrun
- They were joined by Estelle’s grandfather King Carl Gustaf, 74, for public outing
- Princess Estelle also wore a toasty looking black scarf and mittens to stay warm
The apple hasn’t fallen far from the fashion tree in the Swedish royal family, with Princess Estelle looking a veritable ‘mini-me’ of her mother Crown Princess Victoria, 43, during a public appearance in Stockholm today.
The young royal, eight, donned a camel coat just like her mother’s as they joined King Carl Gustaf of Sweden, 74, to stroll over the new Golden Bridge in Slussbron, Stockholm.
After cutting through a yellow ribbon, the family – appearing to social distance – walked through an arch of fireworks as they stepped foot first on the new bridge, with a small army of Swedish schoolchildren waving flags behind them.
Three generations of the Swedish royal family gathered to open a new bridge in Slussbrun, Stockholm this morning, with Princess Estelle, eight, delighting crowds with her stylish attire which was very similar to that of her mother Crown Princess Victoria’s
Mini me! Princess Estelle holds her mother’s hand as they stroll out on the new bridge in matching camel coats in Stockholm on Sunday. Crown Princess Victoria wore a Manuela Icon wrap coat, which retails at £1,585
Accessorising with warm-looking black gloves and a scarf, Princess Estelle grinned as she strode across the bridge with her mother, after fireworks were lit to mark the opening of the bridge
Keeping their distance from King Carl Gustaf of Sweden as they flanked him on the first walk over the new roadbridge, mother and daughter strode forward with confidence
There was no sign of Crown Princess Victoria’s husband, Prince Daniel, or the couple’s youngest child, Prince Oscar, four, during the morning outing.
Smiling for the crowds of well-wishers that had arrived to see three generations of the Swedish royal family open the new bridge, Princess Estelle wore a toasty looking black scarf and mittens to stay warm alongside her camel coat.
On the young royal’s feet, a sturdy pair of studded black Gallucci boots, which retail at around £245.
Meanwhile, Crown Princess Victoria’s version of the winter classic comes with a royal price tag. Her Manuela Icon wrap coat retails at £1,585.
She matched her coat with a camel roll neck and wide-legged trousers in the same shade.
There was no sign of Princess Estelle’s younger brother, Prince Oscar, at the appearance, or her father Prince Daniel
Mother and daughter appeared to carry a similar same bag too – both tan leather clutch bags, with Princess Estelle’s covered in red and green tartan and embellished with a horse
Best foot forward: A legion of Swedish schoolchildren followed the three royals as they cut the ribbon and made it over the road bridge
King Carl Gustaf wore a black trilby, with a black woollen trench coat for the morning outing
Mother and daughter smile as children wave flags behind them; earlier they’d walked through an arch of fireworks as they first stepped foot on the new bridge
Mother and daughter appeared to carry the same bag too, a tan leather clutch bag with red and green tartan fabric embellished with a horse.
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel, who used to be her personal trainer, are parents to Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar.
The mother-of-two is the eldest daughter of King Carl Gustaf 74, and Queen Silvia, 76, who have two other children – Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Värmland, married to Princess Sofia, Duchess of Värmland, and Princess Madeleine, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland, married to Christopher O’Neill.
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