Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf is the longest-reigning Swedish monarch in history, and he celebrates his 50th anniversary on the throne today. Tonight, there is a Golden Jubilee banquet at the Royal Palace, attended by the Swedish royal family, and members of the Danish and Norwegian royal families. The royal women, including Queen Silvia, Queen Margrethe, Princess Mary, and Princess Victoria, wore their best glittering tiaras. Here, see the best photos from the jubilee banquet:
Queen Silvia and King Carl XVI Gustaf looked glamorous in gold and silver; Queen Silvia opted to wear the Braganza Tiara for the event.
Crown Princess Victoria stunned in a blue ombre gown, as she walked into the banquet with Sweden's Prime Minister, Ulf Kristersson.
She wore the sparkling Baden Fringe Tiara to the evening celebrating her father's reign.
Princess Madeleine and her husband, Christopher O'Neil, were among the attendees to celebrate her father. She is moving back to Sweden with her family next year.
Madeleine chose a silver gown and topped her look with the Modern Fringe Tiara.
Queen Anne-Marie of Greece and Crown Prince Haakon of Norway were paired together for the procession. Anne-Marie, the younger sister of Queen Margrethe, is King Carl Gustaf's first cousin.
King Carl XVI Gustaf's only son, Prince Carl Philip, accompanied his wife, Princess Sofia to the banquet. She wore her go-to Palmette tiara and an off-the-shoulder white gown.
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and Prince Daniel of Sweden entered the banquet together.
Princess Mary wore her wedding tiara and a sparkling blue gown.
Queen Sonja of Norway looked regal in a bright yellow gown; she entered the banquet with Iceland's President Guðni Thorlacius Jóhannesson.
Queen Sonja wore the dramatic Norwegian Emerald Parure Tiara for the occasion.
Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark walked in alongside Sweden's First Lady Birgitta Ed.
Finland's president Sauli Niinisto (right) and the First Lady of Iceland, Eliza Reid (left), were among the guests.
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