King's Dinner for the Nobel Laureates
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KING’S DINNER FOR THE NOBEL LAUREATES

On Wednesday 11 December, King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden hosted the traditional dinner for the 2019 Nobel Laureates at the Royal Palace of Stockholm.

The King was accompanied by Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Sofia and Princess Madeleine.

In 1904, King Oskar II decided to honour the Laureates with a Gala Banquet on the day after the ceremony. Since then the King has hosted an annual dinner for the Laureates on 11 December.



Ahead of the dinner, Swedish Royal Family held a private reception for the 2019 Nobel Laureates and their spouses.

Queen Silvia is rewearing a Georg et Arend Blue Gown, Diamond Riviere Necklace and The Connaught Diamond Tiara.

Crown Princess Victoria wore a red gown by Pär Engsheden with Princess Lilian’s Laurel Wreath Tiara.



Princess Sofia is in a floral gown by Ida Lanto, her Wedding Tiara set with diamonds, and earrings from the Amethyst Parure.

Princess Madeleine opted for a new by Swedish designer Ida Sjöstedt, Bottega Veneta Clutch, The Modern Fringe Tiara and Pearl Drop Earrings.



Afterwards, The Royal Family received and greeted their guests. These include representatives from the Swedish Parliament and Government, the diplomatic corps, academies, research, science and the Nobel Foundation.

The dinner was served in Karl XI’s Gallery of the Royal Palace.

Queen Silvia with The Connaught Diamond Tiara.

Princess Sofia wore her Wedding Tiara set with diamonds.

Princess Madeleine wore The Modern Fringe Tiara.



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