Swedish royals
Queen Silvia of Sweden,Prince Daniel of Sweden,King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden attend the Nobel Prize Awards Ceremony at Concert Hall on December 10, 2015 in Stockholm, Sweden. Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

The Swedish royal family stunned during the annual Nobel Prize Banquet in Stockholm with two princesses showing off their growing baby bumps. All four royal ladies, Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Madeleine and Princess Sofia donned dazzling tiaras for the event.

Princess Sofia, who is expecting her first child with husband Prince Carl Philip in April, attended her first state banquet wearing her diamond-and-emerald wedding tiara with a midnight blue Oscar de la Renta gown. While Sofia's gown appeared to hide her growing baby bump, sister-in-law Crown Princess Victoria accentuated her baby bump.

The 38-year-old princess wore an elegant burgundy dress, which she paired with the Connaught Diamond Tiara and purple necklace-and-earring set, PEOPLE Magazine reported. Victoria, who is expecting her second child with husband Prince Daniel, finished off her elaborate outfit with a glittering gemstone pinned in her updo.

Princess Madeleine wore the Aquamarine Kokoshnik tiara with a silver sequined and button gown. Meanwhile, royal matriarch Queen Silvia opted for the Nine Prong Tiara, complete with 500 diamonds, with her elegant red off-the-shoulder gown. Not to be left behind, the male members of the family wore stylish and classic tuxedos.

According to PEOPLE, the annual banquet was held at Stockholm's City Hall with over 1,600 guests in attendance. Hello! Magazine noted that the hall was decorated with 20,000 white, yellow and orange flowers that were donated by the Italian city of San Remo.