Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden arrives for the inauguration of an Arctic exhibition in Stockholm

Sweden‘s Crown Princess Victoria looked effortlessly chic as she arrived for the inauguration of an exhibition on the changing landscape of the Arctic in Stockholm today.

The heir apparent, 42, was positively glowing as she arrived to the city’s Nordic Museum to explore its new and gripping exhibition entitled ‘The Arctic- while the ice is melting’.

Victoria was all smiles as she walked through the crowds, looking business chic in a white pussy bow blouse teamed with a stylish grey blaze, cinched in at the waist.

Crown Princess Victoria, 42, looked effortlessly chic in a white blouse underneath a stylish grey blazer and matching trousers as she arrived to Stockholm's Nordic Museum on Wednesday

Crown Princess Victoria, 42, looked effortlessly chic in a white blouse underneath a stylish grey blazer and matching trousers as she arrived to Stockholm’s Nordic Museum on Wednesday

The heir apparent was positively glowing as she explored the city's new and gripping exhibition entitled ' The Arctic- while the ice is melting'

The heir apparent was positively glowing as she explored the city’s new and gripping exhibition entitled ‘ The Arctic- while the ice is melting’

The royal teamed her business look with a slick brown clutch bag nestled underneath her arm

The royal teamed her business look with a slick brown clutch bag nestled underneath her arm

The royal teamed her stylish ensemble with a pair of matching grey trousers and a slick brown clutch bag nestled underneath her arm. 

Sweeping her raven locks back into a tight bun, Victoria accessorised her look with a pair of statement black stud earrings. 

She completed her look with a touch of make-up to accentuate her naturally glowing features and a pair of brown ankle boots.   

The new exhibition, which features 250 pieces and 450 photos, allows visitors to meet with people living in the worlds coldest and rapidly changing places through art, projections, photographs and film. 

The project will also look at how the environment has continued to change through past and present portraits of people living in zones most affected by the ever-changing climate. 

Victoria, who appeared in high spirits as she walked through the exhibition, swept her dark locks back into a tight bun

Victoria, who appeared in high spirits as she walked through the exhibition, swept her dark locks back into a tight bun

The royal completed her look with a pair of statement black stud earrings and a touch of make-up

The royal completed her look with a pair of statement black stud earrings and a touch of make-up

Victoria observed features on display at the exhibition and shared her support for the new project

Victoria observed features on display at the exhibition and shared her support for the new project

The royal carefully examined the objects on display at the new exhibition in Sweden's capital

The royal carefully examined the objects on display at the new exhibition in Sweden’s capital

Victoria is the eldest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and heir apparent to the Swedish throne. 

The Swedish King, 73, who is the second-longest reigning monarch in Swedish history, took to the throne in 1973 and survived the country’s landmark constitution the following year, and has an active role in public duties, albeit mainly ceremonial 

The King and his wife Silvia, née Sommerlath, 75, a German-Brazilian former flight attendant, have been handing over increasing numbers of engagements to their eldest daughter Victoria in recent years, fuelling speculation that the monarch may abdicate, allowing the Crown Princess to take the throne.

Victoria was all smiles as she walked through the fascinating new exhibition which allows visitors to meet with people living in the worlds coldest and rapidly changing places

Victoria was all smiles as she walked through the fascinating new exhibition which allows visitors to meet with people living in the worlds coldest and rapidly changing places

Victoria, who is the eldest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and heir apparent to the Swedish throne, met with staff at the museum

Victoria, who is the eldest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and heir apparent to the Swedish throne, met with staff at the museum 

The Yale graduate, who studied diplomacy and Swedish foreign policy before becoming a full-time working member of the royal family, was not expected to take to the throne when she was born in 1977 but a change in the law of succession three years later changed that, allowing her to overtake her brother Carl Philip.

In 2010, she married her former personal trainer Daniel Westling, 45, in front of 1,200 guests at beautiful ceremony at Stockholm Cathedral. 

The couple have since settled comfortably into public life with their two children, Princess Estelle, seven, and Prince Oscar, three.

The royal, who studied diplomacy and Swedish foreign policy before becoming a full-time working member of the royal family, was offered a bouquet of flowers upon her arrival

The royal, who studied diplomacy and Swedish foreign policy before becoming a full-time working member of the royal family, was offered a bouquet of flowers upon her arrival

 

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