Royals Swedish Royals Look Like Disney Princesses Come to Life in New Portraits! Tiaras and ballgowns aren't reserved for animated royalty — as proved in the new portraits of Princess Victoria, Princess Madeleine, Princess Sofia and more By Stephanie Petit Stephanie Petit Stephanie Petit is a Royals Writer and Reporter at PEOPLE. People Editorial Guidelines Published on April 8, 2022 12:12 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos Princess Victoria. Photo: Thron Ullberg/The Royal Court of Sweden 01 of 05 Princess Victoria Princess Victoria. Thron Ullberg/The Royal Court of Sweden For her solo shot, Crown Princess Victoria looks graceful and elegant in an off-the-shoulder gown topped with the Napoleonic Cut-Steel Tiara. 02 of 05 Princess Sofia Princess Sofia. Thron Ullberg/The Royal Court of Sweden Princess Sofia, the wife of Prince Carl Philip, sported her wedding tiara with the pearl setting, perfectly complementing her pink patterned long-sleeved dress. 03 of 05 Princess Madeleine Princess Madeleine. Linda Broström/The Royal Court of Sweden The King's youngest daughter Princess Madeleine — who relocated to Florida with her husband and three children in 2018 — sported the Modern Fringe Tiara for her new photo. She also chose to wear a pale pink dress featuring an illusion necklace and short sleeves. 04 of 05 Princess Victoria, Princess Estelle and King Carl Gustaf Princess Victoria, Princess Estelle and King Carl Gustaf. Thron Ullberg/The Royal Court of Sweden Three generations of royalty! King Carl Gustaf posed with his two immediate heirs, daughter Crown Princess Victoria and granddaughter Princess Estelle, in the new portrait that is being used on the homepage of the royal family's website. 05 of 05 The Swedish Royal Family Swedish Royal Family. Linda Broström/The Royal Court of Sweden There is also a new family portrait featuring the slimmed-down monarchy. In 2019, it was announced that the grandchildren of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia (who aren't the children of Crown Princess Victoria) will no longer be expected to perform official royal duties. While they will remain members of the royal family, they lost their official HRH (His/Her Royal Highness) titles.