The King and Prince Carl Philip take part in the traditional elk hunt

The King during the elk hunt. Photo: ATL

On Wednesday 2 November, The King and Prince Carl Philip took part in the traditional royal elk hunt in Halleberg and Hunneberg.
The hunt was a so-called free-ranging dog hunt, and two elks were caught during the day. Three hunting teams took part, with three huntsmen, a hunt leader and two dog handlers in each team.
 
A dinner was held in the evening, hosted by The King's sister Princess Désirée, at Koberg Castle. The dinner was also attended by The Queen.