On the evening of Monday, December 21, 2015, Their Royal Highnesses Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia of Sweden arrived at the Gustaf Vasa Kyrka in Stockholm to attend a Christmas concert entitled, Jul i Vasastan.
Led by Swedish conductor, Mr. Jonas Gidberg, the lovely royal couple and guests listened to traditional as well as contemporary chorale music performed by Mr. Fredrik Nybladh and Ms. Molly Sanden with special guest artists Ms. Linda Brava and Ms. Gladys del Pilar.
Price Carl Philip, wearing a light beard and slicked back hair, cut a dashing figure in a grey suit with a red tie.
Carl Philip is the second child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia and married Sofia, a former model, in June. Their child will be the fifth in line for the Swedish royal throne.
The palace also revealed: ‘The birth is expected to take place in April of 2016. No changes in the schedule of The Prince Couple’s public engagements are planned during the fall of 2015.’
The pair dated for five years before walking down the aisle in June and live together in the upmarket Djurgården district of Stockholm.
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The night before the couple attended a Swedish Academy event in Borshuset and was also seen at the Nobel Prize Banquet at Stockholm’s City Hall in early December.
Prince Carl Philip of Sweden and Princess Sofia of Sweden accepted Christmas trees from forestry programme students from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) at the Royal Palace on December 16, 2015 in Stockholm, Sweden.
The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences has presented Christmas trees to the Royal Palace of Stockholm since the late 1960s.
11 December 2015 | Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia of Sweden attend a dinner for the 2015 Nobel Laureates.
30/11/2015: Carl Philip attends a Wolfgang Tillman Hasselblad Award in Göteborg
Prince Carl Philip of Sweden and Princess Sofia of Sweden attended a charity dinner in honor of Project Playground on November 26, 2015 in Stockholm, Sweden. The couple made a brief conversation with the Swedish press, before the dinner.