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Princess Sofia of Sweden looks stunning as she attends a music festival in Stockholm

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Hit the right chord? Princess Sofia of Sweden, 37, dons quirky £1,100 skirt with GRAVESTONES as she attends Stockholm music festival

  • Princess Sofia, 37, chose an unusual skirt to wear at the Funkiesfestival music festival in Stockholm on Monday night
  • Donned £1,129 blue tiered skirt – decorated with Renaissance paintings and gravestones – by designer Maxjenny! to the national music competition
  • Royal, who left husband Prince Carl Philip, 43, at home, presented the winner of the festival their prize during a fun evening

Princess Sofia of Sweden looked stunning in a silk tiered skirt as she attended a music festival in Stockholm last night – but a closer look revealed an eerie design on the garment.

The mother of three, 37, left her three sons and husband Prince Carl Philip, 43, at home and headed to the Scandinavian city’s waterfront to attend the Funkies Festival, a national music competition.

The Swedish royal family wore designer Maxjenny!’s unusual £1129 silk skirt, which was decorated with Renaissance-inspired paintings and depictions of cemeteries.

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Mother of three Sofia, 37, left her sons and husband Prince Carl Philip, 43, at home and headed to the city’s waterfront Monday evening to attend the Funkies Festival.

The Swedish royal wore a £1129 blue tiered skirt - decorated with Renaissance paintings and tombstones - by designer Maxjenny!  to the national music competition

The Swedish royal wore a £1129 blue tiered skirt – decorated with Renaissance paintings and tombstones – by designer Maxjenny! to the national music competition

To get into the spirit of the festivities, music fan Sofia beamed as she handed out prizes at the event

To get into the spirit of the festivities, music fan Sofia beamed as she handed out prizes at the event

To keep all eyes on her show-stopping skirt, the royal paired it with a black top with a sweetheart neckline.

She kept her accessories to a minimum and wore a gold ring with colorful gemstones on one side and a silver one on the other.

She didn’t wear a necklace with the look, but wore gold earrings and was seen carrying a small black bag with a gold metallic clutch.

The royal added a pop of color to her look with a bright red manicure that complemented the details of the paintings on her skirt.

Her hair was styled in luscious waves that fell down her neck, and her curtain fringe frames her heart-shaped face.

For her music night, Sofia paired the unusual silk layered blue skirt with a simpler black long-sleeved top

For her music night, Sofia paired the unusual silk layered blue skirt with a simpler black long-sleeved top

The glamorous royal added a pop of color with a bright red nail polish and accessories - and sported a tiny black clutch

The glamorous royal added a pop of color with a bright red nail polish and accessories – and sported a tiny black clutch

Sofia wore natural makeup, with a hint of mascara and a pink lip and blush, to complement her natural glow

Sofia wore natural makeup, with a hint of mascara and a pink lip and blush, to complement her natural glow

The princess beamed as she was photographed with the participants of last night's concert

The princess beamed as she was photographed with the participants of last night’s concert

The Swedish royal family met the various participants representing their local municipalities during the festival

The Swedish royal family met the various participants representing their local municipalities during the festival

As always, Sofia wore very little makeup, with just a hint of bronzer complimenting her perfect skin.

She also wore a discreet combination of eyeshadow and mascara to emphasize the playful sparkle of her sea green eyes.

It’s back to work for Sofia, who, like most other European royals, has spent the summer with her family away from the cameras.

The Funkisfestivalen have taken place every year since 2011, and see people performing on behalf of their local congregations in hopes of taking home a prize.

The aim of the festival is to support work in culture and leisure for people with intellectual and neuropsychiatric disabilities.

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