Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden put on a stylish display as she attended a business summit in Paris this evening.
Mother-of-two Victoria, 44, cut an elegant figure as she stepped out for the French-Swedish Business Summit at Pavillon Vendome on the evening of her second day in the city.
The royal donned a glamorous black and silver two-piece for the occasion, pairing a distinctive sparkly blouse with matching wide-legged trousers.
Victoria completed the look by sweeping her glossy brunette hair into a high bun, which revealed jewels to match her glamorous ensemble.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, 44, put on a stylish display as she attended a business summit in Paris this evening
As the mother-of-two arrived at the event, she donned a black face covering.
Wearing a mask is currently compulsory throughout France for everyone aged 11 and over in enclosed spaces and on public transport, on pain of a fine.
However the wearing of a mask outdoors is no longer mandatory with some exceptions, such as gatherings of people, queues, markets, flea markets, stadiums, on metro platforms and at bus stops.
Meanwhile the royal also donned a black sequin ensemble featuring a trendy silver pattern, as well as an elegant satin tie at the waist.
The royal donned a glamorous black and silver two-piece for the occasion, pairing a distinctive sparkly blouse with matching wide-legged trousers
Meanwhile the royal also donned glittering silver earrings, and could be seen carrying a silver clutch bag.
Allowing her outfit to do all the talking, she opted for smart black patent heels.
The mother-of-two opted for subtle makeup for a fresh-faced look.
It comes amid a busy period for the royal, who just last week joined her fellow Swedish royals in hosting Queen Letizia and King Felipe of Spain.
Meanwhile the royal also donned glittering silver earrings, and could be seen carrying a silver clutch bag
And weeks earlier, she was joined by her husband Prince Daniel as they attended a dinner at the Swedish Ambassador’s Residence in Rome, Italy.
Meanwhile in October, the busy couple visited Kronoberg County to draw attention to efforts in connection with the Covid-19 pandemic.
They began the visit at Högåsen’s special accommodation in Alvesta, which was the first place in the county to be first affected by the pandemic.
The pair had the opportunity to meet with healthcare workers, before continuing to the governor’s residence in Växjö followed by a meeting with the forest owners’ association Södra.
Crown Princess Victoria, who is next in line to the Swedish throne which is currently reigned by her father King Carl XVI Gustaf, married Prince Daniel at at Stockholm Cathedral in 2010.
Despite being parents to Princess Estelle, nine and Prince Oscar, five, the Swedish royals maintain a busy calendar.