The Swedish Royal Family have released two lovely new photos of Princess Leonore who celebrated her 4th birthday on 20 February 2018.

Photo: Erika Gerdemark / Kungahuset.se

Princess Leonore wears a gorgeous pale pink chiffon Marie-Chantal dress. Both photos were taken at Princess Madeleine’s family home in Stockholm.

Princess Madeleine and Christopher O’Neill’s eldest child, Princess Leonore Lilian Maria, Duchess of Gotland, was born on Thursday, 20 February 2014, in New York, USA.

She was christened in the Royal Chapel by Archbishop Anders Wejryd and Pastor of the Royal Court Parish Michael Bjerkhagen at Drottningholm Palace on 8 June 2014.

Princess Madeleine and her husband, Christopher O’Neill, with their children, Prince Nicolas and Princess Leonore.

So far, Princess Leonore has had an audience with Pope Francis when she accompanied her parents and grandmother, Queen Silvia of Sweden, during a visit to the Vatican on Monday, 27 April 2015.

Her brother Prince Nicolas, Duke of Ångermanland, was born on 15 June 2015, in Danderyd Hospital, Stockholm, two days after her uncle, Prince Carl Philip married Miss Sofia Hellqvist.

Photo: Erika Gerdemark / Kungahuset.se

Princess Leonore is currently eighth in the line of succession to the Swedish throne, following Crown Princess Victoria, Princess Estelle, Prince Oscar, Prince Carl Philip, Prince Alexander, Prince Gabriel and Princess Madeleine.

The Princess Couple have moved back to Sweden ready for the birth of their third child due in March 2018 so Princess Leonore will become a big sister for the second time.

Princess Leonore (left) with her cousin Princess Estelle. Photo: HRH Crown Princess Victoria/ Kungahuset.se

Anyone wishing to send birthday greetings to the little Princess can do so via Kungahuset Facebook page or by sending a greeting via the Kungahuset website’s greetings form. (NB: You can use Google Translate as it is written in Swedish.)

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