Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and her children Princess Estelle (8) and Prince Oscar (4) joined by beekeeper Lotta Fabricius Kristiansen visited the family’s beehives for World Bee Day on May 20 on the grounds of Haga Palace in Stockholm.
Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar learned more about bees and why they are important for our biodiversity. Humans rely on pollinators, such as bees and hops, to eventually be able to get food on the table.
The beehives at Haga are a wedding gift to the Crown Princess Couple from the Swedish Beekeeper’s National Association (Swedish: Sveriges Biodlares Riksförbund).
#Bees 🐝 are the world’s most important pollinator of food crops today!— Sweden in Nigeria (@SwedeninNigeria) May 20, 2020
Here is a beautiful 📸 of Princess Victoria of Sweden with her two children – Princess Estelle, 8, Prince Oscar, 4, as they visit hives on the grounds of Haga Palace in Stockholm,🇸🇪.https://t.co/8qLMvOFcY7 pic.twitter.com/4hyNp1am7R
Update May 22
After inspecting the beehives, Prince Oscar played with the lambs in Haga Park.
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