Princess Madeleine and Chris O'Neil have given the world a very rare glimpse inside Sweden's Drottningholm Palace.
The proud parents have released a series of official portraits to mark the christening of their daughter Princess Adrienne of Sweden.
The first image features just the proud parents, who are already mum and dad to four-year-old Princess Leonor and two-year-old Prince Nicolas.
Madeleine donned a Giambattista Valli floral dress, while her hubby was very smart in a coat and tails!
Baby Adrienne's outfit was very traditional, with robes being lined with the names and dates of all its previous wearers - dating all the way back to 1906 with Prince Gustaf Adolf.
The next image is of all of the little Princess' appointed godparents: Anouska d'Abo, Coralie Charriol Paul, Nader Panahpour, Gustav Thott, Charlotte Kreuger Cederlund and Natalie Werner.
The Swedish royals then shared a stunning portrait of the trio along with Princess Adrienne's grandparents including Queen Silvia of Sweden and King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden along with Chris' mum Eva Maria Walter.
The crown jewel had to be the final photo, which was of the glowing mum.
Princess Madeleine was simply radiant in a stunning close up shot.
Showing off her Swedish flair for whimsical fashion, the snap highlighted her bold choice to wear a beautiful floral crown.The highlight of the portraits gad to be the fact that we got such a good look of the Palace interiors... And it is even dreamier than we envisioned.
Madeleine, 35, and Chris, 43, welcomed Adrienne Josephine Alice, Princess of Sweden and Duchess of Blekinge, on the 9th of March.
"Leonore and Nicolas have their long-awaited sibling," Chris said in a statement released by the palace.
"They can't wait to meet their new baby sister."
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