The royal wedding for Sweden’s Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist was really, really well-attended. The bride’s look may have been budget (so cheap-looking), but so many princes, princesses and queens came out for the wedding and they all brought the best kind of p0rn: TIARA P0RN!! First, here’s Carl Philip’s older sister, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and her husband Prince Daniel. I seriously love them, you guys. They might be my favorite royals. Vicky’s wearing H&M Conscious, a Swedish line. I love her gown. I love her tiara too.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden (Carl Philip’s younger sister) is massively pregnant, and I’m assuming she will just stay in Sweden to give birth to her second child. She attended her brother’s wedding with her husband,Chris O’Neill, and their daughter Princess Leonore, who looked gloriously grumpy and over-it.
Queen Margrethe of Denmark and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark. Frederik looks handsome.
Queen Sonja of Norway and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands. SO MANY CROWNS!!! SO MANY DIAMONDS. That buttercup yellow is pretty fabulous too.
Queen Mathilde of Belgium and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark. I wonder if they posed together because they coordinated their blues? They look lovely. Mary is married to Frederik, up there with his mom.
Crown Princess Mette-Marit and Crown Prince Haakon of Norway. It feels like her gown is too simple for this wedding. And she needs to go a few shades darker with her blonde too.
Prince Edward & Sophie, the Earl and Countess of Wessex. Sophie looks great in that pale grey-blue gown and her tiara is the same one she wears to all of her big events: it’s a large aquamarine center-stone, with diamonds throughout.
Princess Takamado of Japan. I love everything except the shoes. The shoes are awful.
Prince Joachim of Denmark and Princess Marie. Very pretty. I’m starting to get numb to all the fabulous jewelry though.
Princess Martha Louise of Norway and her husband, Ari Behn. He didn’t take a title when they married, I guess. He’s handsome, like a really attractive professor-type.
Photos courtesy of WENN.