The heir to the throne got her hands dirty during the pandemic, showing up to Stockholm's City Mission and helping to make food boxes for Sweden's homeless and vulnerable.
Crown Princess Victoria said of her voluntary work for the City Mission: "I feel like so many others in the community that I want to do something and then it feels good to be here with you today. It is important that we who have the opportunity try to contribute and help in the ways we can. We can make a difference together."
"It is important that we who have the opportunity try to contribute and help in the ways we can. We can make a difference together." - Crown Princess Victoria on volunteering
Victoria has also been head of the Crown Princess Victoria's Fund since 1997, which works to help disabled children, while she and her husband Prince Daniel set up the Princess Estelle Cultural Foundation - named after their daughter - to promote cultural activities in their home country.
Victoria is also a fan of random acts of kindness, hosting a seven-year-old brain tumour sufferer at the palace earlier this year in order to make the young girl's dream of being a princess come true.
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