Wonderful in lace! Princess Sofia of Sweden looks elegant in a cream-colored dress when she goes with her husband Prince Carl Philip to a charity event at Avicii Arena in Stockholm
- Swedish royalty participated in a charity event at Avicii Arena in Stockholm
- Princess Sofia, 37, looked elegant in a lace dress with Prince Carl Philip, 43
- The couple joined 9,000 people at the event and celebrated “everyone’s right to shine”
Princess Sofia showed off her trendy sense of style when she went with her husband Prince Carl Philip at a charity event in Stockholm on Tuesday.
The royal couple participated in a performance that was arranged in collaboration with the Tim Bergling Foundation, the real name of the late Swedish DJ Avicii, who died in 2018.
The mother of three Sofia, 37, wore a fantastic lace dress from the DAY Birger et Mikkelsen AW22 collection, while Carl Philip looked just as good-looking in a navy blue suit.
The event comes just days after the stylish couple celebrated Prince Carl Philips’ 43rd birthday by taking to Instagram with a snap taken by Sofia.
Princess Sofia showed off her trendy sense of style when she went with her husband Prince Carl Philip at an event in Stockholm on Tuesday
Sofia, 37, looked handsome in a fantastic lace dress from DAY Birger et Mikkelsen’s AW22 collection together with a woven handbag
Carl Philip (pictured in the middle), who seemed in good spirits, put on a navy suit with a white shirt and beige tie for a polished look
Sofia combined her cream-colored lace dress with white hoof heels and a colorful woven handbag.
She completed the look by styling her light brown hair with a midline and a light wave at the ends, while keeping her makeup relatively subtle.
Prince Carl Philip combined a navy blue suit with a white shirt and beige tie for an equally stylish look.
The couple share three children together – Prince Alexander, five, Prince Gabriel, four and Prince Julian, who was born last year.
The Swedish royals spoke lively when they talked to participants when 9,000 students, teachers and people from the business community participated in the event
The demonstration “Catwalk Live – A Manifestation of Everyone’s Right to Shine” was organized to strengthen the participants. Pictured: Princess Sofia on stage during the event
Today they have spent time talking to some of the 9,000 students, teachers and business adults at the Glada Hudik Theater, Avicii Arena.
Avicii, whose real name was Tim Bergling, died of suicide during a holiday with friends in Oman on April 20, 2018, 28 years old – two years after stepping out of the limelight.
The artist became world famous in 2011 with his song Levels but he stopped touring in 2016 after a battle with alcohol and opioid addiction.
Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip took to the stage during the event in collaboration with the Tim Bergling Foundation
Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia had a “good relationship” with the DJ; he performed during their wedding reception in 2015 and the royal couple attended a tribute concert to Avicii 2019, where all proceeds went to charities that support mental health.
Following the announcement of his death, the royal duo released a statement saying: ‘We are grateful that we got to know him. He made our wedding unforgettable with his amazing music. ‘
The couple participated in the opening of a new interactive museum dedicated to the Swedish DJ earlier this year.
They cut the red ribbon to open the museum together with Avicii’s father Klas Bergling and the curator Ingmarie Halling.