Princess Adrienne's first family portraits of Royal baby unveiled
The Swedish Royal Family shared the official portraits of their newest addition, Princess Adrienne.
The photos featured the princess along with her beaming parents and other members of the family, as well as the new baby’s godmothers and godfathers.
Princess Adrienne’s pictures were revealed on June 12th following her recent christening.
The baby was dressed in a long, white, laced christening gown in the snaps.
One photo showed the princess being held by Princess Madeleine who was seated with Christopher O’Neill, and the baby’s godparents standing at the back inside a colorful, ornately-styled corner of the Drottningholm Slott Palace.
The six godparents of the princess are Coralie Charriol Paul, Nader Panahpour, Natalie Werner, Anouska d’Abo, Gustav Thott, and Carlotte Kreuger Cederlund.
As shared by E! News, Princess Adrienne was baptized in the same outfit as every royal that had been born into the family since 1906. The named of each Swedish baby have been embroidered in the gown’s lining.
As for the baby’s mother, Princess Madeleine looked breathtaking in her floral dress and floral headpiece.
King Carl XIV and Queen Silvia along with O’Neill’s mother, Eva Maria Walter, were also present for the official picture taking.
Although, the royal couple’s two older children, Princess Leonore, 4, and Prince Nicolas, 2, were not included in the portraits.
On March 9th, Princess Madeleine gave birth to a healthy Princess Adrienne in Stockholm.
In a statement shared by the patriarch at the time, O’Neill said, "We are thrilled about the new addition to our family. Leonore and Nicolas are looking very much forward to finally meeting their new little sister."
Afterward, the King of Sweden gave Princess Adrienne the title of Duchess of Blekinge.
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