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Crown Princess in camouflage: Victoria of Sweden joins the military

Crown Princess Victoria will regularly slip into her camouflage suit in the future. The Swedish throne princess goes back to school – in the military!

Stockholm – As heir to the throne of Sweden, Crown Princess Victoria (44) does not have a normal 08/15 job in the office, but she still has a packed schedule. The everyday working life of the mother of two is varied, exciting – and now even a bit more action-packed!

A trip to the Swedish military has often been on Victoria’s agenda, but there was a special reason behind her most recent visit. As the royal family announced on Instagram, among other things, the eldest daughter of King Carl XVI. Gustaf (75) will complete further training in the next few months. Crown Princess Victoria is taking part in a training program with the Swedish Armed Forces this year. Her training started a few days ago at the headquarters in Stockholm.
24royal.de* provides an insight into Crown Princess Victoria’s military training.

To start her training, the mother of two slipped into her camouflage suit, which will probably be used regularly in the near future. In the spring, Crown Princess Victoria will first be able to expand her knowledge of the work of the armed forces during several training and information days, followed by the so-called Solbacka course. The advanced training for executives focuses on Swedish security policy and crisis prevention. Victoria and her colleagues can then apply what they have learned in a final leadership exercise in the fall. *24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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