The prince, 36, won a race in Sweden on Saturday and celebrated appropriately

By Maria Mercedes Lara
Updated July 13, 2015 11:40 AM
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If you’ve ever wanted to see Sweden’s Prince Carl Philip drenched in champagne, now’s your chance.

The newlywed, 36, got sprayed with bubbly on Saturday after he won the second STCC race in Falkenberg, Sweden.

The royal racecar driver, who goes by Carl Philip Bernadotte on the track, edged out four-time STCC champion Richard Göransson to take the top spot. Göransson got his revenge after the race when he and third-place winner Mattias Anderson ceremoniously sprayed the prince with champagne on the podium.

The moment was captured by Carl Philip’s younger sister, Princess Madeleine of Sweden, 33, who applauded her big bro on Facebook.

“Congratulations to my brother for winning the race today,” she wrote in English. “I’m so proud!”

It’s been a busy summer so far for the Swedish royal family – Carl Philip married Princess Sofia in a romantic ceremony in Stockholm on June 13, and Madeleine, who attended the wedding, gave birth to a baby boy, Prince Nicolas, just two days later.

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