Sweden's Princess Madeleine, who's moving to London this week, will have her son Prince Nicolas christened in Stockholm in October

By Simon Perry
Updated August 27, 2015 10:35 AM
Credit: Brigitte Grenfeldt/The Royal Court, Sweden

Princess Charlotte had her special day – and now it’s time for another royal baby to take a turn in the spotlight.

The newest little prince in the Swedish royal family will be christened on October 11, the Swedish palace has announced.

His parents Princess Madeleine, 33, and her British-American husband Christopher O’Neill, 41, will mark the occasion at the Royal Chapel in the Drottningholm Palace, Stockholm.

While the ceremony will take place at the royals’ palace in Stockholm, the couple will by then have moved to London, where Mr. O’Neill works as a financier. The family is in the process of relocating to the British capital this week, a palace source tells PEOPLE.

The couple’s second child, born on June 15, will be almost four months old at the time of the christening, and the day will be a perfect chance for royal fans to get a new glimpse of the children Madeleine calls her "little angels".

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And just as star royal sibling Prince George stole the show at Charlotte’s baptism in July, all eyes will be on Prince Nicolas’s adorable big sister, 19-month-old Princess Leonore, on the big day.

Leonore has six godparents, including her aunt Princess Victoria, but royal sources say that the announcement of those who the couple pick to be guardians for Nicolas will not be made until nearer the date.

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