International initiative World Cleaning Day has arrived in Sweden, where even the royal family has been messing their hands to stop the spread of garbage.
Crown Princess Victoria wore an elegant blue pantsuit at the opening of the Keep Sweden Clean event in Kungsträdgården, Stockholm.
The heir to the Swedish throne cut an elegant look today, where he opened talks at the launch event.
Crown Princess made a great figure at the event to commemorate Keep Sweden Clean Day
Wearing an elegant blue suit, the Princess said that "together, we can help keep Sweden clean."
The crown princess immersed herself in all the activities during the day
Princess Victoria is one of the sixteen international ambassadors of the UN Global Agenda, Agenda 2030.
One of the proposals on the agenda is aimed at reducing landslide. Plastic garbage is one of the most serious environmental problems in the world today and most of the garbage comes from the earth.
The Princess began the day with an inspiring message for Swedes who seek to improve the cleanliness of their surroundings.
With class and confidence: the Princess began the day with an inspiring message for the Swedes
The Princess met with many groups at the event, including an organization that makes sunglasses with recycled plastic
The crown princess was seen trying on these sunglasses made of recycled plastic
She said: "Did you know that 80 percent of all the waste in the sea comes from the earth? And most of it is garbage, it's plastic." Plastic that does not disappear I think together we can help keep Sweden clean. Today and day by means! & # 39;
During the visit to the base camp Håll Sverige Rents, the Princess received information on the activities of Håll Sverige Rent, a scrapbook, and met the founders of a group called Esferica, which manufactures sunglasses with recycled plastic.
The cleaning day invites all people to think about their habits, how they use plastic and how they get rid of it. The activities during the day included educating people about how to fight garbage.
The Royal Princess participated in various activities during the event
During the visit to the base camp Håll Sverige Rents, the Princess received information about the activities of Håll Sverige Rent
During the event, the executive director of Keep Sweden Clean, Johanna Ragnartz expressed her satisfaction for the attendance of the Princesses of the Crown.
"We are very happy that Crown Princess Victoria has started the talks on Keep Sweden Clean Day, it means a lot to us and to all the thousands of junk that picks up garbage in Sweden, together we can create a change."
The day encourages people to reconsider the way they use plastics, as well as the way they remove it