Nearly a Royal wetting! Sweden’s Crown Princess Victoria jokes with dignitaries after narrowly avoiding a soaking during a visit to a Navy ship

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The heir to the Swedish throne stunned in a blue and white striped dress today as she visited Tallinn, Estonia.

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, 41, met the Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid and boarded a naval ship during her trip.

The royal wore a long-sleeved dress with a cinched waist, accompanied with silver and pearl earrings and bright red nail varnish.   

She is the eldest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf, the current ruler. In 2010, she married Daniel Westling - now known as Prince Daniel, who accompanied her on the trip.

She is married to her husband Prince Daniel, who was known formerly as Daniel Westling. 

As well as meeting the Estonian President, the Swedish royals recently met the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during their tour of Sweden and Norway.  

Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria covers herself from the water on board of the Estonian Navy ship Wambola in Estonia

Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria covers herself from the water on board of the Estonian Navy ship Wambola in Estonia

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel visit Estonia on 19th of August 2018
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel visit Estonia

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel visit Estonia, during their formal visit they will meet President Kersti Kaljulaid

Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria and Price Daniel enter Estonian Navy ship Wambola in Tallinn, Estonia as they meet the Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid

Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria and Price Daniel enter Estonian Navy ship Wambola in Tallinn, Estonia as they meet the Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid

Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria and Price Daniel enter Estonian Navy ship Wambola

Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria and Price Daniel enter Estonian Navy ship Wambola

Crown Princess Victoria, Prince DanielSweden's Crown Princess Victoria and Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid talk onboard of the Estonian Navy ship Wambola near Tallinn, Estonia

Crown Princess Victoria, Prince DanielSweden's Crown Princess Victoria and Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid talk onboard of the Estonian Navy ship Wambola near Tallinn, Estonia

Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria and Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid whisper and giggle aboard the Navy ship

Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria and Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid whisper and giggle aboard the Navy ship

Princess Victoria chats to the Estonian PM in wet and windy weather

Princess Victoria chats to the Estonian PM in wet and windy weather

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel visit Estonia on 19th of August 2018. During their formal visit they will meet President Kersti Kaljulaid
Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel

Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel met the Estonian leader in Estonia today

Princess Victoria also met local children during the trip 

Princess Victoria also met local children during the trip 

After leaving the boat, the royal changed into an elegant salmon dress
After leaving the boat, the royal changed into an elegant salmon dress

After leaving the boat, the royal changed into an elegant salmon dress

Rain or shine: The royal keeps smiling despite the miserable weather

Rain or shine: The royal keeps smiling despite the miserable weather

Smiling: Crown Princess Victoria smiles through the rain in Estonia

Smiling: Crown Princess Victoria smiles through the rain in Estonia

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Prince Daniel, Kersti Kaljulaid, Georgi-Rene Maksimovski pose in Estonia

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Prince Daniel, Kersti Kaljulaid, Georgi-Rene Maksimovski pose in Estonia

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Prince Daniel, Kersti Kaljulaid, Georgi-Rene Maksimovski watering a tree

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Prince Daniel, Kersti Kaljulaid, Georgi-Rene Maksimovski watering a tree

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Sweden’s Crown Princess Victoria jokes with dignitaries after narrowly avoiding a soaking

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