On Saturday 7 April, The King and Queen and The Crown Princess Couple marked the anniversary of the terror attack on Drottninggatan in Stockholm.
At lunchtime, The King and Queen attended the national memorial service held at Adolf Fredrik's Church in Stockholm. The church is near Drottninggatan, where the terror attack took place on 7 April 2017.
Relatives, victims, emergency services staff, volunteers and representatives of official Sweden were invited to the service.
The service was led by Annika Millde, rector of Adolf Fredrik's Church. Archbishop Antje Jackelén, Bishop of Stockholm Eva Brunne and representatives from Stockholm's multi-faith council, Iris, also took part.
In Kungsträdgården, The Crown Princess Couple attended the memorial concert arranged by the City of Stockholm. At the concert, music was performed by Court Singer Malena Ernman, Stephen Simmonds, Menke, Sanna Nielsen and Lars Winnerbäck. Speeches were given by Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and eyewitness Martin Svenningsen.
On the stage, master of ceremonies Mark Levengood spoke with Finance Commissioner Karin Wanngård, Opposition Commissioner Anna König Jerlmyr and emergency services manager Viktoria Lenander.
The concert concluded to the sound of the bells ringing at St Jacob's Church.