Princess Estelle wore the dress she borrowed from her aunt

Princess Estelle of Sweden attended "Te Deum" service at Stockholm Royal Chapel for her newborn brother Prince Oscar Carl Olof and at the service, she wore a pink jacket she borrowed from her aunt Princess Madeleine.
Princess Estelle of Sweden attended "Te Deum" service at Stockholm Royal Chapel for her newborn brother Prince Oscar Carl Olof
Princess Estelle of Sweden attended "Te Deum" service at Stockholm Royal Chapel for her newborn brother Prince Oscar Carl Olof
Princess Madeleine had worn the pink jacket when she was four or five years old. There is a similar pink jacket also on Crown Princess Victoria. In addition to that, for the official family photo which was published in honor of 4th birthday of Princess Estelle, re-wore again the pink Marie Chantal Piped dress which we saw on her before.
Princess Estelle wore the dress she borrowed from her aunt
Princess Estelle of Sweden attended "Te Deum" service at Stockholm Royal Chapel for her newborn brother Prince Oscar Carl Olof

8 comments:

  1. Met een tas maak je elke vrouw blij!

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  3. I read somewhere that the bag Princess Estelle is carrying was a gift given to CP-Victoria during her visit in Tanzania 2014. I got so excited, I've visited Tanzania - good place to visit, friendly people there.
    Tanzania oye-oyee!

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  4. Madeleine is the beauty in the family

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  5. wat een leuk meisje , altijd vrolijk!!!

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  6. The first picks of Oscar.
    http://www.kungahuset.se/kungafamiljen/aktuellahandelser/aktuellt/prinsoscarforstabilden.5.274e83ca152f4410091140e.html

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