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 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.
Pictures shared by Daily Mail show her posing with other staff members at the Sophiahemmet hospital, who all maintained social distancing.
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.