Serene in green! Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden dazzles in an emerald gown at a WaterAid event in Stockholm

  • Swedish Princess attended a WaterAid seminar in Stockholm on Thursday  night
  • The glamorous royal donned a vibrant green frock teamed with a pair of heels
  • Victoria, 2011, is a patron of the charity alongside her husband Prince Daniel 

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden showed off her green credentials as she dazzled in an emerald frock at a WaterAid event.

The Scandi princess, who has been patron of the charity since 2011, donned a vibrant patterned frock as she stepped out in Stockholm to attend a seminar on the importance of clean water at the Teater Pero on Thursday evening.

Victoria, 40, scraped her hair into a smart chignon and paired her eye-catching gown with a matching leather clutch bag and vertiginous nude heels for the charity event. 

The mother-of-two, who is first in line to the throne after her father Carl XVI Gustaf, was all smiles as she posed for photographs with WaterAid president Tobias Krantz before entering the theatre.

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Scandi style: Victoria donned a vibrant patterned frock as she stepped out in Stockholm to attend a seminar on the importance of clean water at the Teater Pero in the city centre

Scandi style: Victoria donned a vibrant patterned frock as she stepped out in Stockholm to attend a seminar on the importance of clean water at the Teater Pero in the city centre

The mother-of-two, who is first in line to the throne after her father Carl XVI Gustaf, was all smiles as she posed for photographs outside the theatre on Thursday evening

The mother-of-two, who is first in line to the throne after her father Carl XVI Gustaf, was all smiles as she posed for photographs outside the theatre on Thursday evening

She added a pop of colour to her outfit with a simple green belt and a multi-coloured brooch. 

Tonight's seminar is billed as a 'vital conversation' focusing on how clean water is a prerequisite for combating poverty, strengthening women's rights and giving children the opportunity to go to school.

Speakers will include Jan Eliasson, former deputy secretary general of the UN and ambassador of WaterAid; Bethlehem Mengistu, Head of WaterAid Ethiopia; and actress and WaterAid ambassador Sofia Helin. 

The Scandi princess poses for a photograph with WaterAid president Tobias Krantz inside the Teater Pero before sitting down to listen to tonight's seminar

The Scandi princess poses for a photograph with WaterAid president Tobias Krantz inside the Teater Pero before sitting down to listen to tonight's seminar

Victoria poses for a photo with a WaterAid worker and Tobias Krantz. Tonight's talk will be led by Cecilia Chatterjee-Martinsen, Secretary General WaterAid Sweden

Victoria poses for a photo with a WaterAid worker and Tobias Krantz. Tonight's talk will be led by Cecilia Chatterjee-Martinsen, Secretary General WaterAid Sweden

Royal romance: Mother-of-two Victoria married her former personal trainer, Daniel Westling, in 2010 and the couple are parents to Princess Estelle, six and Prince Oscar, two

Royal romance: Mother-of-two Victoria married her former personal trainer, Daniel Westling, in 2010 and the couple are parents to Princess Estelle, six and Prince Oscar, two

Details: Victoria added a pop of colour to her outfit with a simple green belt and a multi-coloured brooch

Details: Victoria added a pop of colour to her outfit with a simple green belt and a multi-coloured brooch

The talk will be led by Cecilia Chatterjee-Martinsen, Secretary General WaterAid Sweden. 

Mother-of-two Victoria married her former personal trainer, Daniel Westling, in 2010 and the couple are parents to Princess Estelle, six and Prince Oscar, two.

The royals recently hosted the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their tour of Scandinavia, treating them to a gala dinner, a talk on mental health and a trip to a local shopping centre. 

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