On Tuesday 10 December, The King presented this year's Nobel Prizes. The official presentation ceremony at Stockholm Concert Hall was also attended by The Queen, The Crown Princess, Prince Daniel, Prince Carl Philip, Princess Sofia and Princess Madeleine.
In the presence of around 1,500 guests, this year's 14 Laureates received their medals and diplomas from The King during the ceremony at Stockholm Concert Hall.
The Nobel Prize in Physics
Professor Emeritus James Peebles, Canada
Professor Michel Mayor, Switzerland
Professor Didier Queloz, Switzerland
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Professor John B. Goodenough, USA
Professor M. Stanley Whittingham, UK
Dr Akira Yoshino, Japan
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
Professor William G. Kaelin Jr., USA
Professor Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe, UK
Professor Gregg L. Semenza, USA
The Nobel Prize in Literature 2018
Olga Tokarczuk, Poland
The Nobel Prize in Literature 2019
Peter Handke, Austria
The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel
Professor Abhijit Banerjee, India
Professor Esther Duflo, France
Professor Michael Kremer, USA
The music during the ceremony was performed by the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by David Björkman. The soloist was soprano Sofie Asplund. The music included pieces by English composer Edward Elgar, French composer Charles Gounod and Finnish composer Jean Sibelius.
After the ceremony at Stockholm Concert Hall, the Nobel festivities continued with the Nobel Banquet at Stockholm City Hall.
10 December was the date of Alfred Nobel's death. The day is also a national flag day in Sweden. In his memory, 10 December is the day on which the Nobel Laureates receive their prizes.
The first Nobel Prizes were awarded in 1901.
Find out more about the Nobel Prize here.