The Swedish royal couple shared a photo with the British princess from the event on Instagram Stories, writing: "It feels great once again to have a joint commitment with Princess Beatrice to highlight the power of Dyslexic Thinking."
Beatrice, 34, who joined a panel discussion at the conference, looked elegant in a navy button-front midi dress from Beulah London. Meanwhile, Princess Sofia wore a cream knit with co-ordinating wide-leg trousers, while her husband, Prince Carl Philip, sported a blue suit.
Their reunion comes after Beatrice joined the Swedish royal couple to launch the World Dyslexic Assembly in Sweden last year, as the charity Made By Dyslexia called for systemic change into how the condition is handled in schools and workplaces.
Both Beatrice and Carl Philip are dyslexic, and the Princess shared her story with Giovanni Fletcher for HELLO!'s Back to School digital issue in 2021…
Meanwhile, Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia, participated in their foundation's seminar on dyslexia last week, with the prince saying in an opening speech: "We know that there is great potential in letting our differences be our strengths, and that this should be the obvious norm. Everyone feels good about being given the conditions to be exactly who they are."
Beatrice is mum to one-year-old Sienna with husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, while Carl Philip and Sofia have three sons – Prince Alexander, six, Prince Gabriel, five, and two-year-old Prince Julian.
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