Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden showed off her maternity style in a navy gown at the Global Change Awards at Stockholm’s City Hall on Wednesday. She cradled her blossoming baby bump in the floor-length number. The princess will reportedly give birth in March, though the official due date has not been released by the Royal Palace of Sweden.
The 38-year-old Princess Victoria does not seem to slow down anytime soon as she glowed at the Global Change Awards gala. She flaunted her baby bump in the show-stopping confection. The dress featured sheer lacy long sleeves, a high neck.
Victoria paired her show-stopping gown with a pair of statement drop earrings in blue marble. The Swedish royal carried a gold beaded clutch bag. The mother-of-one completed her look in a pair of black high heels.
Victoria, who has a daughter with her husband Prince Daniel, styled her glossy brunette locks into a pulled back "do" -- a tight low chignon that was kept center-parted. Her make-up was kept natural with black liquid eye liner and pink lipstick.
She appeared to be in high spirits as she greeted guests before taking her seat at the awards, which were set up by H&M to recognise innovative ideas that will improve sustainability in fashion. Meanwhile, Victoria was last seen at the official dinner hosted by her parents King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia at the Royal Palace in Stockholm on Feb. 3.
She and her husband Daniel, 42, announced their baby news in September via the Palace’s Facebook page. The couple have a daughter three-year-old Princess Estelle. Victoria is scheduled to give birth to her second child in March.
Meanwhile, the Swedish royal family have two reasons to celebrate this year as Princess Sofia is also due to give birth to her first child in April. Sofia and Prince Carl Philip married in a lavish wedding in June last year. The pair announced their baby news in October.
It has been reported by a Swedish publication that royal fans feel that the princess is due to give birth to twins, going by the size of her baby bump. Both Victoria and Sofia are carrying on their royal duties and not allowing their pregnancies to cause inconvenience with their official duties.