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Sweden’s Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Estelle send their Christmas message from Bagarstugan at Skansen and students from SLU deliver fir trees to the Royal Palace.

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Merry Christmas from The Crown Princess family!

The Swedish Court has released these adorable photos and video on YouTube in time for Christmas.

Princess Estelle, aged 3, bakes some bread in Bagarstugan (The Bakehouse) at Skansen with some help from her parents, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel.

Photo: Kungahuset.se

Photo: Kungahuset.se

Time to check the oven under mum and dad’s supervision.

Merry Christmas from Kronprinsessfamiljen, December 2015. Photo: Kungahuset.se

Photo: Kungahuset.se

Dad helps put the bread in the oven.

Photo: Kungahuset.se

Photo: Kungahuset.se

Now the taste test.

Photo: Kungahuset.se

Photo: Kungahuset.se

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

See this gorgeous video of the Crown Princess family (Kronprinsessfamiljen).

Video: Kungahuset.se

Christmas Trees Delivered at The Royal Palace

Forestry Programme students from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) delivered fir trees to Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia at the Royal Palace’s East Gate on Wednesday, 16 December.

 Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia at the East Gate, the Royal Palace. Spruces submitted by students from SLU on Wednesday, 16 December 2015. Photo: Kungahuset.se

Photo: Kungahuset.se

Students from SLU have been delivering Nordmann firs to the Royal Palace since the 1960s.

The Nordman firs have now become known as “The King’s firs” due to this tradition.

Prince Carl Philip studied agriculture and forestry at SLU, and graduated in 2012 with a Diploma in Agricultural and Rural Management.