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All the Photos of the Norwegian and Swedish Royal Families at the Nobel Prize Ceremonies

The two Scandinavian monarchies are hosting ceremonies in Stockholm and Oslo.
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It's time for the 2018 Nobel Prize ceremonies! Both the Swedish and Norwegian royal families are hosting events to honor this year's recipients. In accordance with Nobel Prize tradition, the prizes for physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, and literature are awarded in Stockholm, Sweden, while the Peace Prize is given in Oslo, Norway. From speakers and receptions to ball gowns and tiaras, we've rounded up the must-see moments from the annual Nobel Prize ceremonies here:

PRINCE CARL PHILLIP OF SWEDEN


Prince Carl Phillip attends the Nobel Prize Banquet at Stockholm's City Hall.

QUEEN SILVIA OF SWEDEN


Queen Silvia wore the Nine Prong tiara along with diamond earrings, a diamond-emerald necklace, and matching brooch to the Nobel Prize ceremonies and banquet.

KING CARL XVI GUSTAF OF SWEDEN


The King of Sweden escorts Donna Strickland, who received the 2018 Nobel Prize in physics, to the Nobel Prize banquet.

PRINCESS SOFIA OF SWEDEN


Princess Sofia looks stunning in her Palmette tiara and pearl choker necklace.

CROWN PRINCESS VICTORIA OF SWEDEN


Princess Victoria arrives to the Nobel Prize banquet escorted by American biologist and 2018 co-laureate in chemistry, George Smith.

KING CARL XVI GUSTAF OF SWEDEN


Frances Arnold, a chemical engineer from the United States, receives her Nobel Prize in chemistry from King Carl XVI Gustaf.

CROWN PRINCESS VICTORIA OF SWEDEN


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Crown Princess Victoria sings the Swedish national anthem before the ceremony. The Princess wore a gown with a pink bodice, gray skirt, and green sash along with earrings and the Connaught 'Forget-me-not" tiara.

QUEEN SILVIA OF SWEDEN


Queen Silvia wore a dark green lace gown with an emerald necklace and tiara to the award ceremony.

PRINCESS SOFIA OF SWEDEN


The Princess wore a red gown with a stunning tiara to the prize ceremony in Stockholm.

THE SWEDISH ROYAL FAMILY


King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, and Crown Prince Daniel attend the Nobel Prize Award ceremony in Stockholm.

THE ROYAL FAMILY OF NORWAY


King Harald, Queen Sonja, Crown Princess Mette-Marit and Crown Prince Haakon pose with Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr. Denis Mukwege and his wife Madeline Kaboyi Mukwege as they arrive at the Nobel Peace Prize banquet.

CROWN PRINCESS METTE MARIT OF NORWAY


Princess Mette-Marit becomes emotional while listening to the lectures of Dr. Mukwege and Nadia Murad who are being honored for their work to end the weaponization of sexual violence during wartime.

THE ROYAL FAMILY OF NORWAY


The Norwegian royal family attended the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony and lectures in Oslo.

QUEEN SONJA OF NORWAY AND PRINCESS METTE-MARIT


Princess Mette-Marit wore a beige and white dress with a pillbox hat for the event, while Queen Sonja paired a burgundy velvet dress with a black sequin fascinator.

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THE ROYAL FAMILY OF NORWAY


King Harald, Queen Sonja, Princess Mette-Marit, and Prince Haakon attend the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony where they will hear lectures from Dr. Mukwege and Nadia Murad.

KING HARALD V AND QUEEN SONJA OF NORWAY


King Harald V of Norway and Queen Sonja pose with this year's recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize, Nadia Murad and Dr. Mukwege.

THE NORWEGIAN ROYALS GREET HONOREES


Prior to the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, members of the Norwegian royal family welcome the 2018 co-laureates of the Nobel Peace Prize, Nadia Murad and Denis Mukwege, to the Royal Palace.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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