September 12, 2017 19:41 GMT by dailymail.co.uk

Swedish royals look elegant at State Opening of Parliament

Swedish royals look elegant at State Opening of Parliament

Princess Madeleine and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden were all smiles on Tuesday as they joined the rest of their family at Riksdag, Stockholm, for the state Opening of Parliament.

Princess Madeleine and Crown Princess Victoria were all smiles as they joined their family for the state Opening of Parliament.

Arriving at the Riksdag in Stockholm, the glamorous female members of the Swedish royal family wore black and whit for the occasion - a tradition that started in 1974. 

Along with their husbands, the stunning Princesses were accompanied by matriarch Queen Silvia and King Carl XVI Gustaf.

The royals were joined by politicians for the annual event that marks the start of the parliamentary year. 

Princess Madeleine was the picture of sophistication as she arrived wearing a black dress with patent heels

Princess Madeleine was the picture of sophistication as she arrived wearing a black dress with patent heels

Princess Victoria looked elegant as she rode in the royal carriage with her husband - and her previous personal trainer - Prince Daniel

Princess Victoria looked elegant as she rode in the royal carriage with her husband - and her previous personal trainer - Prince Daniel

Princess Victoria looked to be in good spirits as she rode in the royal carriage with her husband and former personal trainer Prince Daniel. 

She wore a white dress with a cashmere cardigan with a white bow detail. Elegant as always, she had her hair swept up, revealing delicate drop earrings. 

Her sister, Princess Madeleine was the picture of sophistication as she arrived wearing a black dress with patent heels. 

With smokey eye shadow and hair loosely swept into a bun, she looked perfect for th occasion. 

The Queen Silvia and King Carl XVI Gustaf looked chipper as they followed in a separate carriage. 

Princess Madeleine and her husband waves from the royal carriage in Stockholm 

Princess Madeleine and her husband waves from the royal carriage in Stockholm 

Queen Silvia and King Carl Gustaf greeted officials and onlookers as they arrived at the Riksdag

Queen Silvia and King Carl Gustaf greeted officials and onlookers as they arrived at the Riksdag

The 73-year-old royal looked incredible for her age and wore a hat covered with delicate roses

The 73-year-old royal looked incredible for her age and wore a hat covered with delicate roses

Queen Silvia was adorned in pearls and diamonds, complimenting her black and white outfit. 

The 73-year-old royal looked incredible for her age and wore a hat covered with delicate roses.

Princess Madeleine walked past guards with brother, Prince Carl Philip - who was voted Europe's second hottest royal last year.

From left: Swedish politicians Annie Loof, Ebba Busch Thor, Anna Kinberg Batra and Jan Bjorklund State

From left: Swedish politicians Annie Loof, Ebba Busch Thor, Anna Kinberg Batra and Jan Bjorklund State

The 73-year-old royal looked incredible for her age and wore a hat covered with delicate roses

The 73-year-old royal looked incredible for her age and wore a hat covered with delicate roses

Queen Silvia wore diamonds, gold bracelets and pearls to mark the occasion

Queen Silvia wore diamonds, gold bracelets and pearls to mark the occasion

Princess Madeleine is given a warm welcome by Hans Ulfvebrand as she enters the opening 

Princess Madeleine is given a warm welcome by Hans Ulfvebrand as she enters the opening 

Queen Silvia and her husband King Carl Gustaf sit with the prime minister, Stefan Löfven

Queen Silvia and her husband King Carl Gustaf sit with the prime minister, Stefan Löfven

Arriving at the Riksdag in Stockholm, the women of the Swedish royal family wore black and white - a tradition that started in 1974

Arriving at the Riksdag in Stockholm, the women of the Swedish royal family wore black and white - a tradition that started in 1974

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