Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden showed off her growing baby bump in a vibrant red dress as she arrived on an official visit to Peru Monday. She was accompanied by her husband Prince Daniel on the trip.

Victoria and Daniel stopped by an H&M store. The princess is a big fan of the Swedish clothing giant and often steps out for royal duty in pieces designed by the high-street brand. The royal couple began their engagement at the Nordic-Latin seminar on education in Lima.

The couple then visited the Museo de Arqueologia y Antropologia – the largest and oldest museum in Peru documenting the history of the Latin American country. Victoria looked radiant and smiled through her entire engagement. 

The 38-year-old heir to the Swedish throne opted for her favorite maternity brand Séraphine for her tour wardrobe, Hello reported. The future queen wore a red dress designed by the London-based store, which also has an ardent fan in Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge.

The dress featured a high-neckline, elbow-length sleeves and reached up to Victoria’s knees. The form-fitting number featured a peplum-style detailing on the sides. The pregnant royal accessorized with a gold dragonfly brooch and a black and white floral bow on her hair, a delicate gold bracelet with colorful beads, small earrings and a metallic watch.

She carried a black leather clutch and wore a pair of black floral pointed-toe pumps. Her brunette tresses were styled into a low bun and kept in side part with the bow. Her make-up was kept natural with some eyeliner and nude lipstick.

The couple were welcomed by Peruvian president Ollanta Humala and his wife Nadine Heredia to the presidential palace. They will also visit the National Institute of Neoplastic Diseases (INEN) to spend time with cancer patients at its pediatrics unit, while in Peru. Their next stop is Colombia before they return to Sweden Friday.

The couple, which has a daughter Princess Estelle, 3, is expecting its second child. The proud parents announced their baby news in September. The birth is expected to take place in March 2016. The baby will be second-in-line to the Swedish throne.