The Swedish Royal Family wishes everyone happy summer greetings from Solliden Castle in Öland.

The Swedish Royal Court has released a new photo which was taken in July, which was probably taken the same day during celebrations for Crown Princess Victoria’s 40th Birthday.

Solliden Palace, July 2017. Photo: Jonas Ekströmer, Kungahuset.se

Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia are expecting their second child due in September 2017.

The Swedish Royal Family usually spend their summer holidays at Solliden Palace.

Royal Palaces Open For Summer

Visiting Stockholm whilst the Royal Family are out of town? There are ten royal residences, including the Royal Palace (Kungliga slottet) and Drottningholm Palace open to the public during the summer months.

See four centuries of Sweden’s cultural heritage, history, architecture, art and decor, including the gardens and castle parks.

Click on Visit The Royal Palaces for more details, including location, opening hours and times for guided tours.These ten Royal Palaces are all located around Stockholm and Lake Mälaren and can be reached by subway, bus, car, train or boat.

These ten Royal Palaces are all located around Stockholm and Lake Mälare and easily accessible by car, boat and public transport.

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