Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria took a fashionable break during her official visit to Peru this week with her husband Prince Daniel. The future queen of Sweden was able to view the anticipated Balmain x H&M collection during a visit to the brand's flagship store in Lima on 19 October.
Crown Princess Victoria was seen showing off her growing baby bump during the visit, just six weeks after she and her husband announced they are expecting their second child in March 2016. Victoria wore her favourite maternity brand Séraphine, including a stunning red dress with three-quarter sleeves. She accessorized the vibrant dress with a black leather clutch, black and white floral hair pin and a gold dragonfly broach.
According to Hello! Magazine, the royal is a fan of the Swedish clothing brand and often wears their clothes to royal engagements. During her brother Carl Philip's June wedding, the 38-year-old wore an H&M Conscious Exclusive Collection floor-length dress.
The stop at H&M's Lima store was the final stop at a very busy day for the royal couple. The twosome started their day at the Nordic-Latin seminar on education and a trip to the Museo de Arqueologia y Antropologia, which is the largest and oldest Peruvian museum documenting the nation's history.
Victoria and Daniel were welcomed to the presidential palace by President Ollanta Humala and the First Lady Nadine Heredia on their first day in Peru, Yahoo Celebrity reported. The couple will move on to Colombia for their final stop on their royal tour of South America on 23 October before heading back to Sweden.