New Exhibition: Princess Estelle – birth and blessing

Posted: 18 October, 2012 in Best holiday advice, In the news, Sweden
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Photobyline: Kate Gabor

The exhibition “Princess Estelle — Birth and Christening” opens on the 19 October at the Royal Palace of Stockholm. Visitors gets a glimpse behind the scenes with a unique film about the Royal Court’s preparations for the christening. On display is also objects related to historic royal christenings and Princess Estelle’s own christening the 22 of may 2012, such as the christening gown and selected christening gifts. In time for the exhibition the Royal Court and the proud princess parents Victoria and Daniel released new pictures of the 8 month old Estelle playing in the fall-like parc outside their home at the Haga Palace in Stockholm.
– I have met the loving couple twice, spent hours in person with them, and my friend worked at the hospital the night the princess Estelle was born. I think we both agree on the fact that this seem like a happy family, as happy and simple as the trio looks on the picture above, says Swedish reporter Anna Alexandersson.
– It is no doubt that Estelle look just like her father.

More to know: The exhibition will be open from 19 October 2012 until 3 March 2013
in the Green Room at the Royal Palace, Tuesday–Sunday at 12:00–16:00.
The exhibition is included in the ordinary admission price, SEK 150, which also includes entry to the Treasury, where the baptismal font will be on display, the Royal Apartments and the Tre Kronor Museum. Tickets can also be purchased for the exhibition alone at SEK 60.

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