Prince Carl Philip proudly stepped out with his fiancée Sofia Hellqvist at the Nobel Prize ceremony on Wednesday. The Swedish prince, who is set to wed Sofia on 13 June 2015, beamed as he descended the stairs in Stockholm City Hall with the former model on his arm.
Dressed in a stunning fuchsia gown and wearing her long dark locks in an elegant chignon, Sofia looked every inch the princess-to-be.
Carl Philip, who is third-in-line to the Swedish throne after his elder sister Crown Princess Victoria and her two-year-old daughter Princess Estell, looked handsome in smart black tailcoat.
While other members of the Swedish royal family, including King Carl XVI Gustaf, Queen Silvia, Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel, Princess Madeleine and Christopher O'Neill, were seated apart for the evening's banquet, Carl Philip and Sofia sat side-by-side.
Guests at the ceremony dined on cream of cauliflower soup, mosaic of red king crab with peas and lemon pickled cauliflower florets, followed by spiced loin of red deer, carrot terrine, salt-baked golden beets, smoked pearl onions, potato purée and game jus.Dessert was mousse and a sorbet of wild dewberries from Gotland, saffron panna cotta and brown butter sponge cake.
Since announcing their engagement on 27 June, Carl Philip, 35, and Sofia, 30, have attended more official engagements together.
On 30 September the couple stepped out for the opening of the Swedish parliament, marking their first high-profile event since getting engaged.
A month later, Täby-born Sofia attended her first gala dinner as the prince's fiancée, wowing royal fashion fans in a floor-length scarlet gown.