Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel have released four private photos of their wedding to celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary.
In an additional post on Instagram, they said, “The 19th of June 2010 was a special and very happy day in our lives. Among the absolute strongest memories are all the people who chose to celebrate it in different ways with us – out on the streets of Stockholm, in Ockelbo and other parts of the country. We still carry the warmth and good wishes we received that day. Today, we want to take this opportunity to thank you for the support we have experienced during these ten years, and which means a lot to us.”
Crown Princess Victoria married Olof Daniel Westling on 19 June 2010 at Stockholm Cathedral. The wedding ceremony was conducted by the Archbishop of Uppsala, Anders Wejryd and he was assisted by the Royal Court Chief Chaplain, Lars-Göran Lönnermark and the Bishop of Lund, Antje Jackelén. In total, 1,200 people attended the ceremony; you can read about the royal guests here.
Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel have two children together: Princess Estelle (born 2012) and Prince Oscar (born 2016). If Crown Princess Victoria becomes Queen as expected, she will be Sweden’s fourth Queen regnant.