A royal double act: Crown Princesses Victoria of Sweden and Mette-Marit of Norway look cool and crisp as they join forces to promote climate change campaign

  • Princess Victoria, 38, and Princess Mette-Marit, 42, spent the day together
  • Both visited a woodlands in Norway and then a church service in Sweden
  • Took part in UN climate change initiative to highlight environmental issues

Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria has had a busy schedule since returning from a family holiday in France - and despite pregnancy rumours, the 38-year-old shows no signs of slowing down.

The royal was joined by Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, 42, for events along the Norwegian border to highlight the danger of climate change.

The pair took a woodland walk around Halden, a picturesque town near the border of Norway, which was followed by a church service in Stromstad in Sweden, as part of the UN's global campaign. 

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All white: Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden (left) and Crown Princess Mette-Marit (right) of Norway took part in the Climate Pilgrimage 2015

All white: Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden (left) and Crown Princess Mette-Marit (right) of Norway took part in the Climate Pilgrimage 2015

Summery: The duo later changed into summer dresses in order to attend a church service in Sweden

Summery: The duo later changed into summer dresses in order to attend a church service in Sweden

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Princess Victoria of Sweden and Princess Mette-Marit of Norway are among the chic royals. The pair were spotted visiting a church in Sweden sporting coordinating blue sundresses. While Victoria opted for an off-the-shoulder Aztec print midi, Mette-Marit donned a pale blue scallop edged dress by Zimmermann.

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The pair sported similar outfits of white shirts and chinos
They presented glass water bottles in Halden, a town on the border of Norway and Sweden

Cheery: The pair sported similar outfits of white shirts and chinos as they presented glass water bottles in Halden, a town on the border of Norway and Sweden

The duo smiled and posed for the camera as they both wore trainers and casual clothes to take part in the event. 

Earlier this week, Crown Princess Victoria became the subject of pregnancy rumours sparked by photos taken during her holiday in France.

According to German magazine Bunte, which splashed the photos across its most recent edition, suggesting that she had a bump, which they added was the result of a dedicated 'baby plan'.

But the royal has not commented on the rumours and carried on her national duties as usual.

And the first order of business saw Princess Victoria and Princess Mette-Marit taking a walk around a border town that unites both of their Scandinavian countries.

On a hot summer day, Victoria was dressed in a loose white blouse, khaki trousers and white lace-up sneakers, all topped with a natty Panama hat.

Princess Mette-Marit tested the water temperature in a river in Halden
It was part of the climat pilgrimage

Princess Mette-Marit tested the water temperature in a river in Halden as part of the Climate Pilgrimage

Joyful: The pair waved to passers-by as they stood in the picturesque woodland

Joyful: The pair waved to passers-by as they stood in the picturesque woodland

Princess Mette-Marit passed Princess Victoria  glass water bottl
It was a symbol at the pilgrimage

Generous: Princess Mette-Marit passed Princess Victoria  glass water bottle as a symbol at the pilgrimage

Her Norwegian counterpart wore neon Nike trainers, cream shorts and a white cotton blouse. 

As part of the initiative, the Climate Pilgrimage 2015, the pair were pictured on a wooden bridge, where Mette-Marit gifted the Swedish Princess with a bottle of water on the border of the two countries.

The Norwegian royal bent and filled a water bottle from a stream and presented it to the Swedish princess to highlight the scarcity of water in many regions in the world.  

Following on from this, the duo took a trip to a church in Stromstad, Sweden - but not before making a swift outfit change.

Arriving at the church for a service, Victoria - who is one of Sweden's most popular royals, sported a cotton off-the-shoulder dress with tribal print and black pumps, while Mette-Marit, married to Crown Prince Haakon, wore a white and cornflower blue floral dress with crochet detailing.

Crown Princess Victoria is rumoured to be pregnant
The 38-year-old opted for a off-the-shoulder tribal print dress

Pretty: Crown Princess Victoria, who is rumoured to be pregnant opted for a off-the-shoulder tribal print dress

Unison: The pair looked similar with their hair scraped back and sporting pretty summer dresses to the church service

Unison: The pair looked similar with their hair scraped back and sporting pretty summer dresses to the church service

Doing their part: The pair were accompanied by other participants to the church service

Doing their part: The pair were accompanied by other participants to the church service

But the down-to-earth princesses both teamed their summer frocks with flat shoes - with Mette-Marit opting for white lace-up sneakers. 

The royals then received pink roses as they arrived, with both taking a moment during the church service to water a plant as a symbol of their support.

The Climate Pilgrimage is an initiative which sees people of faith coming together to take measures against climate change.

Receiving roses: The royal pair were greeted with roses as they strolled to the service and were snapped by locals

Receiving roses: The royal pair were greeted with roses as they strolled to the service and were snapped by locals

Waving: The two greeted those at the church before they made their way into the service

Waving: The two greeted those at the church before they made their way into the service

Princess Victoria waters a plant
Princess Mette-Marit also waters the plant

The two princesses watered a plant as a symbol of their support from Norway and Sweden 

Victoria, mother to Princess Estelle, three, was born into the Swedish royal family and married her longterm boyfriend, gym owner Daniel Westling in 2010, single mother Mette-Marit was initially a controversial addition to the House Of Norway.

Since marrying their heir to the throne, the couple have had two children Princess Ingrid Alexandra, 11, and Prince Sverre Magnus, ten. 

Crown Princess Mette-Marit’s son from a previous relationship, Marius Borg Høiby, is part of the royal family but does not have a title.

Crown Princess Victoria contributed some money to the church during the service

Crown Princess Victoria contributed some money to the church during the service

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