Bonjour! Princess Victoria Turns Heads During 3-Day Trip To Paris — See Photos Of Her Adventure
So many outfits, so little time! Princess Victoria of Sweden looked gorgeous when she was spotted at many events during her three-day trip to Paris, France.
While visiting the City of Lights, she took part in several different events.
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Dressed in a fuzzy blue coat and a red dress, the brunette beauty looked ready for the holidays!
The princess appeared to be having a great time with some of the kids she met.
The tots — who had flowers in their hands — even posed for a photo!
All smiles! Victoria held onto her flowers as she looked at the camera.
Victoria even got to see how a chair was made.
The royal's earrings certainly stuck out!
Pretty in pink!
"The Swedish Institute in Paris was inaugurated in 1971 by the King, who was then Crown Prince. Yesterday, the Crown Princess attended the institute's 50th anniversary where she gave a speech," a note read of the event. "The Crown Princess' visit to Paris lasts for three days and began on Sunday with the anniversary of @institutsuedois. During the day, the Crown Princess had the opportunity to see an exhibition created by the Paris-based children's book illustrator Beatrice Alemagna and the Swedish author Sara Stridsberg."
"Then the opera 'Ma Vie Heureuse' was shown, which is based on a book by Rose Lagercrantz and music composed by Stefan Klaverdal. After the opera, all participants were invited to coffee in the institute's garden," another note read.
"In the evening, the celebration continued with the Swedish Institute launching the anniversary book 'Amitié,' which is about the institute's 50-year history," the message continued.
The Sweden native also attended the French-Swedish Business Summit, where she gave a speech.
The princess donned a black jumpsuit on a rainy night in Paris.
”I am a firm believer in arts and culture as a bridge between people, and as a reminder of all that unites us on a profound human level. That is why venues such as the Swedish Institute are so important," she said on her trip.