Princess Sofia of Sweden has started working as a healthcare assistant in a hospital to help fight Coronavirus in her country.
The Duchess of Värmland, 35, who is married to Prince Carl Philip, 40, reportedly took a three-day medical course at Sophiahemmet University College in Stockholm before she was given a go-ahead.
According to gathered reports, Sophiahemmet University College is training up to 80 people a week to help fight the pandemic, which has infected 11,927 in and killed 1203 people in the country.
Below are photos of the princess and her colleagues;
The former Swedish model became part of the Swedish royal family in 2015, after marrying Carl Phillip, who is the son of King Carl Gustaf.
Her husband, Prince Carl-Phillip is fourth in line to the throne, after his sister Crown Princess Victoria, and his niece and nephew Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar.