The King and Queen, The Crown Princess Couple and Prince Carl Philip at the presentation of the Nobel Prize at Stockholm Concert Hall. Photo: Anders Wiklund/Scanpix.
This year's Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Saul Perlmutter, and jointly to Brian P. Schmidt and Adam G. Riess. The Chemistry Prize went to Dan Shechtman. The Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded to Bruce A. Beutler and Jules A. Hoffmann as well as to Ralph M. Steinman, and the Literature Prize went to Tomas Tranströmer.
The Nobel festivities are concluded with the Nobel banquet at Stockholm City Hall.
The Queen wore an apricot gown in gold brocade with Queen Sofia's tiara, a large diamond drop necklace and Vasa earrings. The Queen also wore the Order of the Seraphim's light blue ribbon, insignia and grand star, and a miniature portrait of The King framed with diamonds.
The Crown Princess wore a sapphire blue sequined gown with the Karl Johan tiara with an extra row of diamonds, sapphire earrings, a sapphire brooch and sapphire hairpins from the Leuchtenberg set. The Crown Princess also wore the Order of the Seraphim's light blue ribbon, insignia and grand star, and a miniature portrait of The King framed with diamonds.
Prince Carl Philip and Prince Daniel wore the Order of the Seraphim's light blue ribbon, insignia and grand star. Prince Carl Philip also wore three medals in miniature — The King's memorial medal, military service medal and Karlberg medal.
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