RECEPTION IN HONOUR OF THEIR ROYAL
HIGHNESSES CROWN PRINCE ALEXANDER II AND CROWN PRINCESS
KATHERINE AT THE SERBIAN AMBASSADOR'S RESIDENCE IN STOCKHOLM
Stockholm, 17 June 2010 – A reception at
the Serbian Ambassador's Residence in Stockholm took place
in honour of Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander
II and Crown Princess Katherine. The reception was hosted by
HE Ninoslav Stojadinovic, Serbian Ambassador to Sweden with
Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince
Alexander and Crown Katherine arrived yesterday in Stockholm
for the wedding of Her Royal Highness Crown Princess
Victoria. Their Royal Highnesses are guests of Their
Majesties King Carl Gustav and Queen Silvia and are staying
at the Royal Palace.
At the reception The Royal Couple was
welcomed and greeted by distinguished Serbs that live and
work in Sweden.
At the very beginning Their Royal
Highnesses were welcomed by HE Ambassador Ninislav
Stojadinovic who stated:“ The Royal Couple is invited by the
Royal Family of Sweden to attend the wedding ceremony of HRH
Crown Princess Victoria and they will be representing Serbia
at this event“.
A surprise was made for Their Royal
Highnesses, flowers were given to them by five year old
Natalija Gutic, a girl whose life was saved thanks to a
valuable donation of an oscillator incubator the Princess
Katherine’s Foundation gave to Tirsova Hospital in 2005.
During that emotional encounter little Natalia thanked The
Royal Couple for saving her life. The meeting was helped by
Ambassador of Serbia to Sweden, Mrs. Zorica Salijevic,
former Head of Public Relations of the Royal Family, who
lives and works in Sweden and Ann-Katrin Stefanovic,
godmother of little Natalija.