Flashback Find: Crown Princess Victoria in Joseph jackets

Our founder and editor-in-chief, Sarah, discovered that Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden wore a Joseph jacket in two different colors for several events in previous years. She owns the scooped neck and three-quarter sleeve white jacket, as well as a black version. They both feature matching belts around the middle. 

The Crown Princess has worn the white jacket on numerous occasions, while only wearing the black one a single time. Two of the times Victoria wore the white version were for Princess Isabella of Denmark's christening and her own 30th birthday celebrations.

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At Princess Isabella's christening on July 1, 2007, in Fredensborg Palace's Royal Chapel, several royals were in attendance. Aside from the Danish Royal Family, Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Alexandra of Berleburg and son Prince Richard (extended Danish Royal Family), then Princess Mathilde of Belgium and Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway. 

Isabella was two months old at the christening which included the announcement of her name (Isabella Henrietta Ingrid Margrethe) - a tradition of the Danish royals. The names of the babies are not announced until the christening. Her godparents were Princess Alexia of Greece and Denmark, Princess Mathilde of Belgium, Nadine Johnston, Christian Buchwald, Peter Heering, and Marie Louise Skeel

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For her 30th birthday celebrations on her birthday of July 14, 2007, there were celebrations at the Royal Palace in Stockholm where the entire Swedish Royal Family were in attendance. There was an entire program of celebrations for the special day. The tribute was at the Palace in Stockholm and celebrations continued at Solliden and Borgholm, Öland in the evening. 

The full program and press release can be read here