New Find: Crown Princess Victoria visits Nobel Museum in 2005

When King Harald, Queen Sonja and Crown Prince Haakon of Norway traveled to neighboring Sweden in 2005, Crown Princess Victoria and Queen Silvia of Sweden accompanied them on a trip to the Nobel Museum. 

For this visit on the Norwegian's second day in the country, Victoria wore a pair of Pedro Garcia peep toed shoes and carried her Prada bag. Her entire outfit was matching in a more beige color. She wore a short-sleeved blouse and skirt that fell just below the knee. This top and skirt set was recently discovered by Sarah. They are by the brand Massimo Dutti.

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The Norwegian royals were in Sweden from September 1 through 2. The visit was to celebrate the "union resolution between Sweden and Norway in 1905," according to the Swedish Royal Court. 

Their trip included lunch at the Royal Palace, a visit to the Nobel Museum, worship at the Crown Princess Märtha Church, a trip to Mälsåkers Castle in Södermanland and touring various exhibitions. 

Prince Carl Philip or Princess Madeleine took part in the Norwegian visit, as well during the gala dinner. Princess Lilian and Princess Christina were two other notable participants. 

King Harald, Queen Sonja and Crown Prince Haakon were accompanied by a Norwegian delegation which included Foreign Minister Jan Petersen, Department Director Øystein Bø, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Börge Brende State Department, Ministry of Enterprise, Defense Attaché Commander Gunnar Heløe and Norway's Ambassador to Sweden Odd. L. Fosseidbråten