On Thursday, June 1, the stage was set for the royal wedding in Jordan. Crown Prince Hussein (28) and Rajawa Khaled Al-Hussein (29) gave each other a ‘yes’.
Among the witnesses of the solemn wedding ceremony were several royal guests from all over Europe, including Crown Prince Haakon (49). He came not accompanied by his beloved wife, but he was accompanied by fellow Danes, Swedes, and good friends, among others.
As always at royal weddings, high expectations were attached to what the bride and guests – and princesses – were to be dressed in familiar style.
Among those who stole the spotlight this time around was Sweden’s Crown Princess Victoria (45). She chose an eye-catching pink Safia dress for the wedding, thus becoming a real eye-catcher among her many faded creations.
“What an amazing color on her” and “Wow, she looks amazing. I love that color on her,” are among the many positive comments on the post about Victoria’s outfit on the Instagram @royalfashionpolice account.
Many also compare the Swedish crown prince to Duchess Meghan (41), and not without reason. She’s worn the same dress before — not just once, but twice.
Megan wears a dress called “Ginkgo” by Safiya in turquoise and red. The former wore it during an official visit to Fiji in 2018, while she wore red during the Mountbatten Music Festival in London in 2020.
In other words, Meghan came out first, perhaps inspiring the Swedish crown prince? If so, she’s not the only one inspired.
It’s also written in the comment fields about Victoria’s dress that many of Jordan’s other wedding guests must have worn the same dress. Someone wrote that a relative of King Abdullah wore the same dress in red, while another wrote that another guest appeared in blue.
During the actual wedding ceremony earlier that day, Crown Princess Victoria wore the Swedish design. Specifically, a summer and floral dress from one of her favorite brands, By Malina.
Victoria is a great representative of Swedish design, and it doesn’t take long between every time she shows up in something from her country. Precisely By Malina is one of her most used brands, but she’s also a fan of, among others, H & M, Acne, Arket and Pär Engsheden.
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