Prince Carl Philip and princess-to-be Sofia Hellqvist pose for the most Swedish picture ever

By Michelle Tauber
Updated June 07, 2015 05:55 PM
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Sorry, Charlie – there’s another new royal portrait captivating fans around the world.

Swedish princess-to-be Sofia Hellqvist spent the Saturday before her wedding celebrating National Sweden Day in traditional Swedish dress – and the resulting photo is spectacularly Swederrific.

Sofia, who is set to marry Prince Carl Philip in a lavish (and delicious!) wedding on June 13, joined her future in-laws for a portrait in Stockholm’s royal palace.

The former reality TV star, 30, posed with future sisters-in-law Crown Princess Victoria (second from left) and Princess Madeleine (far right) along with future mother-in-law Queen Silvia.

The three royal women all modeled a traditional white folded cap – but Sofia’s head was bare, signaling that she is not yet married, according to Hello.

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Pregnant Madeleine, 32, also flaunted a third-trimester bump – she’s due any day now with her second child – under her colorful frock.

Victoria’s husband, Prince Daniel (far left), King Carl XVI Gustaf (center) and Prince Carl Philip wore classic suits. Notably absent: Madeleine’s husband, British-American businessman Christopher O’Neill.

And Princess Charlotte wasn’t the only little princess to charm the camera this weekend: Princess Victoria’s daughter, 3-year-old Princess Estelle, looks adorable in her homeland’s national colors in a new portrait released by the palace.

Estelle and her cousin, Madeleine’s 15-month-old daughter Princess Leonore, are set to make a splash at their uncle’s upcoming wedding.

We are counting down the days!

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