Princess Madeleine and her banker husband Chris O'Neill were back in her home country this week for Sweden's prestigious music awards ceremony. The 32-year-old royal sparkled in a floor-length gown with a black embellished top with sheer sleeves and a full satin burgundy skirt, as she enjoyed an evening out with the rest of the Swedish royal family. The beautiful brunette wore her glossy curls loose. She is positively blooming six months after welcoming her and Chris's first child, Princess Leonore, who arrived back in February.
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Madeleine’s older sister Princess Victoria also exuded elegance at the event, wearing a blush pink dress with floral pattern and scraping her hair back into a chic up'do. The sleeveless dress featured an asymmetrical hemline, revealing a pair of stylish pointed white heels. The royal, who is first-in-line to the Swedish throne, held a bouquet of flowers as she posed with her husband Prince Daniel for the cameras at the music awards night, which was held in Stockholm's Concert Hall.
Madeleine and Victoria clearly got style tips from their mother, Queen Silvia of Sweden. At 70 years of age, the queen was beautiful in a floor-length fuchsia gown with a floral pattern. Two strings of pears and a pair of pearl earrings finished the royal look. For their part, the gentlemen were all handsome in tuxedos. King Carl Gustaf, and his sons-in-law Prince Daniel and Chris, all looked handsome as they posed for photographs.
The Polar Music Prize is a Swedish international award founded in 1989 by Stig Anderson, best known as the manager of the Swedish band ABBA.Rock and roll legend Chuck Berry was honoured with the prize at the awards ceremony, although poor health prevented the 87-year-old from attending.