Princess Madeleine of Sweden hosts adorable garden party for children living with serious illnesses, with horse rides and cake on offer
- Princess Madeleine of Sweden, 40, hosted tea party for children at Royal Stables
- Swedish royal let eight children living with serious illnesses meet and pet horses
- Hosted event with My Big Day charity, which plans fun event for sick children
Princess Madeleine of Sweden took the time to host a charity party for sick children during a visit to her home-country.
The mother-of-three, 40, who lives in Miami, visited her home country last week for her niece’s 11th birthday celebrations.
There she hosted a tea party at the Royal Stables for My Big Day, a Swedish charity which puts on fun events for children living with serious illness.
In pictures shared on the Swedish royal family’s Instagram, Madeleine, dressed in a pink dress, fully immersed herself in the event, beaming as the children got to ride horses and carriages, and pet the animals during their special day.
The eight young guests travelled from different parts of Sweden, being treated to a limousine ride to the Royal Stables for the event.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden, 40, hosted a tea party at the Royal Stables for My Big Day, a Swedish charity which hosts fun events for children living with serious illness.
In pictures shared on the Swedish royal family’s Instagram, Madeleine, dressed in a pink dress, full immersed herself in the event and beamed as the children got to ride horses and carriages and pet the animals during the special day
Madeleine, who is the mother of Princess Adrienne, Prince Nicolas and Princess Leonore, picked a romantic pink dress for the day.
She paired it with a pair of white sneakers and kept her accessories to a minimum.
She wore her honey locks loose and let them cascade down her shoulders in golden waves.
Madeleine sported natural makeup, only using a dash of bronzer to complement her healthy glow, adding some mascara and eyeshadow, and a natural-looking shade of gloss.
The children played with colourful balloons and got to pet and ride the horses at the royal stables
The mother-of-three, who is the royal patron of the My Big Day charity, bonded with the children, who were all diagnosed with serious illnesses
Snaps showed the beaming children petting horses and enjoying a sunny afternoon with the real life princess.
In total, seven girls and one boy were invited to the Palace’s stables for the special day.
They were driven to the stables in their own limousine, and after meeting the horses, they rode them.
They were even taken on carriage rides, before enjoying some elderberry juice and princess cake for tea.
Madeline has been the patron of My Big Day since the charity was created in 2000.
It plans events for children who have been diagnosed with serious illnesses.
Only one boy attended the event. He got to come in on a white horse, pictured, and wore a flower crown
The children, who each had a balloon, were led to the tables by the real life princess, who introduced them to the horses
The Princess beamed as she mingled with her young guests, who were all dressed to the nines at the royal stables