Proud mom Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden has become a photographer for her newborn son Prince Oscar. The first official portrait of the prince was released by the princess and her husband Prince Daniel on March 7, and was shared on the Swedish Royal Palace’s official website and Facebook page.
“The first picture of Prince Oscar! The prince is photographed at Haga Castle, five days old,” the picture was titled on the palace's official Facebook page.
The photograph was clicked by the 38-year-old Princess Victoria and shows the baby sleeping peacefully at home in Haga Palace. In the adorable photograph, the princess captured her five-day-old son snuggled up and snoozing underneath a cozy cream blanket. It is the same blanket that was used by Oscar's elder sister, Princess Estelle, when she was a baby.
Following tradition, Victoria dressed the royal baby in a darling blouse. The dress featured lace detailing and was made by her grandmother, Alice Sommerlath. Even four-year-old Estelle wore a jumper made by Sommerlath for her first baby picture, which was taken by the doting father, Daniel.
The family of four is currently enjoying their time at Stockholm’s Haga Palace. Built in the early 19th century, it’s a special home for the young royal children. Victoria and her 42-year-old husband Daniel welcomed their second child Oscar on March 2.
Meanwhile, Victoria's sister-in-law, Princess Sofia, is pregnant with her first child with Prince Carl Philip. The 31-year-old Swedish royal, a former model, is eight months pregnant and due in April.
With so much going on in the Swedish royal family, they are now looking to add to their staff. The Royal Palace of Sweden has advertised two vacancies — one for a property accountant and the other for a seamstress.