Princess Madeleine of Sweden and her husband Christopher O’Neill thanked everyone for their good wishes on daughter, Princess Leonore’s birthday. The Royal Palace of Sweden on behalf of the couple issued a message of thanks for the tot’s second birthday. Leonore turned two on Feb. 20.

“Thanks for all the congratulations and greetings in connection with princess Leonore’s birthday. Your kindness means a lot to us,” wrote the 33-year-old Swedish royal Madeleine. The message was signed off by not only the princess but also her banker husband Chris.

Little Leonore celebrated her second birthday with a traditional tea party in the family’s London home. Her mom took to Facebook and shared pictures from her tot’s birthday party. The toddler seemed to be growing up very fast.

The mom-of-two shared a series of three pictures of Leonore on her Facebook. It showed the little girl in a blue dress with white Peter Pan collar, short sleeves and a belt tied at the back. Her blonde tresses were kept in a deep side part and held together with a blue bow. She finished off her look with black strappy shoes and white socks.

There was a pink and white decorated cake, a kettle and a cup and plate in the pictures. Leonore also held a star-like wand in her hand. The photographs were all clicked by Brigitte Grenfeldt of the Royal Place of Sweden.

The tot spent her birthday celebrating with her parents as well as her younger brother Prince Nicolas. The family-of-four is currently based in their home in London, where they shifted in August. Madeleine, meanwhile, splits her time between London and Stockholm to attend to her royal duties in her homeland.

She along with Chris was in Stockholm during the birth of her older sister Crown Princess Victoria’s second child. The couple also attended the Te Deum thanksgiving service for the birth of the latest royal arrival Prince Oscar Carl Olof at the palace chapel on Thursday. She is again expected to fly to her homeland to celebrate the 70th birthday of her father King Carl XVI Gustaf on April 30.