Nobel Prize presentations 2020

This year, The King – who usually presents the prizes at Stockholm Concert Hall – sent a digital greeting to the Nobel Laureates from the Bernadotte Gallery at the Royal Palace. Behind The King and Queen can be seen portraits of King Oskar II and King Gustaf V, the first two kings to present the Nobel Prizes.

This year, The King – who usually presents the prizes at Stockholm Concert Hall – sent a digital greeting to the Nobel Laureates from the Bernadotte Gallery at the Royal Palace. Behind The King and Queen can be seen portraits of King Oskar II and King Gustaf V, the first two kings to present the Nobel Prizes. Photo: Pelle T Nilsson/SPA

On Thursday 10 December, The King sent a greeting to this year's Nobel Laureates.

Due to the pandemic, this year's Nobel festivities were different. A small Nobel Prize ceremony was held in the Golden Hall at Stockholm City Hall.

During the ceremony, The King sent a digital greeting to this year's Nobel Laureates.

Read The King's greeting here.opens in new window

Earlier this week, this year's Nobel Prizes were presented in the Nobel Laureates' home countries via the Swedish Foreign Service.