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Swedish Royals don stunning tiaras as they host this year's Nobel prize

The Swedish royals donned stunning tiaras and glamorous gowns, for another night of elegance, as they hosted this year's Nobel prize winners with a  lavish four-course banquet at Stockholm's Royal Palace.

King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia welcomed the Nobel Laureates at the traditional dinner on Wednesday night, following the awards ceremony on Tuesday night. 

Their daughter Crown Princess Victoria, 42, opted for a bold look for the occasion, pairing her full length scarlett gown with fuchsia accessories.

Meanwhile sister Princess Madeleine, 37, and their sister-in-law Princess Sofia, 35, chose coordinated dresses for the event, both selecting nude styles with stunning floral detail. 

The Swedish royal family looked glamorous as they arrived at the Royal Palace in Sweden ahead of the Nobel dinner (pictured, Princess Madeline, 37,  in a stunning floral gown)

Prince Carl Philip's wife Princess Sofia, 35, opted for a coordinated look with her sister-in-law, choosing a floral embellished gown for the event 

Meanwhile Crown Princess Victoria, 42, opted for an eye-catching bold red gown, with bright pink fuscia shoes 

The royals were also joined by King Carl Gustaf, Prince Daniel and Prince Carl Philip at the Royal palace. 

The Nobel Laureates have been honoured by a gala banquet at Stockholm's Royal Palace every year since the tradition began in 1904.

Guests are treated to a four-course meal including roe deer from the King's autumn hunt.

The Swedish royals dust off their jewels only on formal occasions, with the prestigious Nobel ceremony the perfect excuse to show off the family heirlooms.

Queen Silvia and King Carl XVI Gustaf led the royal family as they arrived for the traditional dinner for the Nobel laureates at the Royal Palace in Stockholm 

Queen Silivia beamed as she stood alongside husband King Carl XVI Gustaf, in a stunning electric blue gown for the evening's event

The 75-year-old looked stunning in the bright and bold number as she walked alongside her husband into the event 

The couple beamed as they posed for photographs ahead of the Nobel laureates dinner at the Royal Palace in Stockholm 

Crown Princess Victoria appeared in high spirits walking alongside Prince Daniel to the dinner this evening 

The royal couple posed for snaps before heading into the opulent dinner, with Crown Princess Victoria showing off her eye-catching gown 

The dinner comes after another banquet last night where they put on a glittering display at the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony, wowing in opulent jewels and elegant ball gowns.

Queen Silvia of Sweden, 75, wore sparkling gold for the occasion, with a chic tiara, and was joined by her three children and their partners, at the event in Stockholm.

Crown Princess Victoria, 42, wowed in a voluminous monochrome off-the-shoulder gown while her sister Princess Madeleine, 37, donned a stunning strapless outfit in a bright fuscia.

Sister-in-law Princess Sofia, 35, chose an eye-catching electric blue dress for the evening and a blue tiara, customising her wedding headpiece by adding turquoise stones to the tiara.

The couple appeared in high spirits as they arrived arm-in-arm at the event at the Royal Palace 

Meanwhile Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia also appeared in high spirits ahead of the evening's event 

Princess Sofia arrived at the event arm in arm with husband Carl Philip, and beamed as she posed with photographs with her beau.

For the second night in a row, she donned her wedding headpiece, which was a wedding gift to her from new in-laws King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia, for the occasion.

Princess Madeline chose a similarly demure outfit, selecting a nude dress with pretty floral detailing across the bodice and skirt.  

Meanwhile Crown Princess Victoria opted for an eye-catching scarlet gown, with exaggerated shoulders and a huge pussybow collar.  

Joining her family, Princess Madeline wowed in a floral embellished gown ahead of the Nobel prize dinner 

The princess posed for snaps as she arrived for the four-course dinner, which has been hosted by King of Sweden every year since 1904

The royal looked stunning in the floor length gown which perfectly showed off her stunning tan 

Princess Madeline appeared in high spirits at the four course dinner at the Royal Palace this evening 

The royal could be seen chatting to fellow attendees shortly after they arrived for the four course dinner 

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