Princess Estelle, daughter of Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, steals the show in a new portrait released by the Royal Palace of Sweden on Tuesday. The 3-year-old smiles in the picture, dressed in a vibrant blue dress that matches her mom’s glamorous gown.
The official portrait was taken during the Nobel Prize ceremony in December 2014. The little princess was then just 22 months old. It shows the tot in a polka dot frock, matching bow on her hair, white socks and black buckled shoes.
In the photo, Estelle upstages her royal parents with a swift kick of her leg, while her smile is infectious. Victoria and her husband Prince Daniel are seen in their complete royal regalia.
The 38-year-old princess is wearing a sleeveless royal blue gown that has sheer black detailing. Her dark tresses are pulled back into a low bun and kept in center-part. The heiress to the throne accessorized with the magnificent Fringe Baden tiara and a necklace that belonged to her adored late aunt Princess Lilian. She is also wearing a chunky diamond bracelet.
The image was taken just before the couple went in to a dinner hosted by Victoria’s parents King Carl Gustaf XVI and Queen Silvia in honor of prize winner.
The mother-daughter duo recently had a fun day out with the former’s friends from the royal families of Denmark, Norway and Luxembourg on Sept. 5. Victoria was dressed casually for her outing in a gray top, jeans and trainers. Her three-year-old daughter Estelle sat on her lap and wore a matching gray dress with a bow in her hair, Hello reported.
The entire group posed for a picture that was shared by the palace on its Facebook page. The mother-daughter duo attended the get-together minus Daniel, who could not accompany them due to cold.
The bash to celebrate Victoria’s baby news was organized at the summer estate of Norway’s royal family in Måger ø, on the island of Tjøme, south of Oslo. The informal gathering was hosted by Prince Haakon of Norway and his wife Crown Princess Mette-Marit.