How 3-Year-Old Princess Estelle and 15-Month-Old Princess Leonore Are Set to Steal the Swedish Royal Wedding
But Sweden’s adorable little princesses, Estelle, 3 and Leonore, 15 months, are sure to get lots of attention, too.
Carl Philip, who is third in line to the Swedish throne, is the last of his three siblings to tie the knot. His married sisters each have one (super cute) daughter – and these little princesses have proved themselves the stars of Swedish royal family.
As the first (and so far, only) child of Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Carl Philip’s older sister, and her husband Prince Daniel, Princess Estelle is second in line to the Swedish throne after her mother.
“Estelle is just lovely,” Johanna Lejon, royals reporter at Swedish newspaper Svensk Damtidning, tells PEOPLE. “She is 3 years old now and is so curious and fun. I think she has a great sense of humor as well.”
Her uncle’s wedding won’t be the first public appearance for future monarch Estelle. According to Royalista, she undertook her first official engagement at just 2 years old, where she inaugurated a “fairytale path” named in her honor.
Princess Estelle may be young, but her fun-loving, cheeky nature has already been well-documented. In a photo shoot done for her third birthday, she was pictured throwing snow balls and hitting the slopes.
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In March, the 3-year-old attended the FIS Nordic World Ski Championship, where she kept her mom and grandma, Queen Silvia, alert with her antics, at one point, sticking her tongue out at her fellow race-goers.
And like another little royal, Estelle has already proved to be a sartorial trendsetter.
She wore a cream-colored coat and carried a mini tote (both from Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece’s clothing line, Marie-Chantal Children) to the reading of the banns of marriage for uncle, cementing her status as a toddler style icon.
Not to mention, she’s adorably precious – and photogenic – just like her little cousin, Princess Leonore.
Leonore is the daughter of Victoria’s younger sister, Princess Madeleine, and husband Chistopher O’Neill. The Swedish royal family’s youngest member is a little more than 15 months old, and so far, her age has kept Leonore out of the spotlight.
“We have not seen so much of Leonore, but she seems very cute,” says Lejon. “A little bit more calm then her cousin Estelle!”
But in that short time, she’s packed in a lot. The 1-year-old met the pope in April, has traveled across the Atlantic (she’s lived in N.Y.C. for the bulk of her life; the family is next moving to London), and is set to become a big sister next month when Princess Madeleine gives birth to her second child.
Yes, that means a royal wedding and a royal baby – all in one month!
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