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Sweden's Princess Victoria Twins With Daughter Estelle In Matching Outfits

Princess Victoria was having a twinning moment with her daughter, Princess Estelle, at the dedication event for the Guldbron on Sunday afternoon (October 25) in Stolkholm, Sweden.

The mother and daughter duo, who will both one day rule the country as Queens, joined King Carl Gustaf for the event, and all three were on hand to cut the official ribbon to open the walking and traffic bridge.

The “Golden Bridge” connects the Old Town of Stockholm with Södermalm.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Princess Victoria of Sweden

Only a few guests attended the inauguration event, and a group of young children followed the royal family across the bridge during it.

This is a rare occasion for Estelle, 8, who broke her leg earlier in the year, just before the coronavirus pandemic took over. See what happened here…

FYI: Victoria wore a Max Mara coat.

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How Much Money Do Royal Families Actually Receive? Find Out The Shocking Numbers!

It’s not exactly a secret that many of the royal families of Europe are well off. But have you ever wondered where they get that wealth or how much they get at all?

Ever since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left the British royal family, many conversations have circled around their wealth.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had received an allowance from the Duchy of Cornwall, via Prince Charles, since leaving the family in April. Now though, the couple have paid off their debts and signed a huge streaming deal with Netflix.

It was also recently revealed just how much of an allowance The Netherlands‘ crown princess Catharina-Amalia would be earning this year.

The still 17-year-old Princess of Orange is set to receive 111,000 euros (the equivalent of about $130,000) in 2021. The allowance will go to pay for her income, operations and personnel expenses.

In 2022, that allowance amount will increase to 1.5 million euros, when she will also be the Advisory Division of the Council of State of the Netherlands.

Catharina-Amalia is only the fourth person to receive state funds, joining her father, King Willem-Alexander, mom Queen Máxima and grandmother, Princess Beatrix.

Click inside to see where other royal families get their wealth from…