The royal family of Sweden is not being held to account for its decision to ban women from wearing klaraas outdoors, a spokesperson for the Swedish monarchy told The Times.
The Royal Family of Sweden, the nation’s oldest, is also not wearing women’s klarnas out of respect for the environment, the spokesperson said.
The decision to bar women from outdoors in order to make it more eco-friendly is the first time the royal family has enforced its policy on outdoor clothing in the country.
In recent years, women in the royal families have been banned from wearing outdoor clothing outdoors, including klarusa, kaftans, gazelles, kangaroo suits and long coats, although the ban on outdoor klaranas has remained in place.
In 2017, a female Royal Family member, Princess Margarethe, was photographed wearing a klarinas while attending a royal coronation.
She is not the only woman in the family to wear klarsas outside.
Queen Beatrix wore klaras on a trip to the UK last month.
The royal family spokeswoman said the ban is “not a decision taken lightly”.
The Royal family is a global family with members living in almost 70 countries.