Princess Estelle of Sweden looked animated during a day out. The three-year-old was pictured playing in the park outside Haga Palace in Stockholm. The palace is home to her parents Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel since 2010. The Royal Palace of Sweden took to Facebook and shared a picture of the tot Monday.

The palace has released a series of four pictures of little Estelle on its website. It shows her wrapped in a dark gray padded coat. The little princess paired her look with beige trousers, matching knitted cap and a pink scarf.

The picture shows her smiling away with thumbs up sign. In the pictures shared by the palace on its website, Estelle is seen feeding ducks in the park and picking up leaves. In spite of the cold weather, the little royal was cheerful and posed for the camera.

The little princess, who is also known as the Duchess of Ӧstergötland was last seen during the christening of her cousin Prince Nicolas along with her parents in October. Estelle will soon be able to enjoy the company of a younger brother or sister in March 2016.

Estelle’s mother Victoria is expecting her second child with Prince Daniel. The couple announced their baby news in September. During an official visit to the Karlstad University in Värmland, Sweden Wednesday, Victoria denied rumors that she and Daniel were expecting twins.

The 38-year-old has not revealed the gender of her upcoming arrival. When asked if her daughter Princess Estelle wanted a little brother or sister, she said: “What she really wants is a hamster!”

Estelle will soon have another baby cousin to play with after Prince CCarl Philip and his wife Princess Sofia announced their baby news in October. The couple are expecting their new arrival in April 2016. The couple is keeping the gender of their baby under wraps.

Sofia and Carl Philip are currently in New York taking some time off from their royal duties. They told reporters about their plans at the Newark airport Thursday. “It’ll be a surprise,” Sofia said to the Swedish publication Expressen.