Princess Estelle of Sweden put on an adorable and oh-so-cheeky display when she met the National Ice Hockey Team this week.
While her parents Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel, along with her uncle Prince Carl Philip, met cordially with the athletes, the five-year-old could be seen picking up her baby brother, Prince Oscar, and carrying him around the room.
Pulling on her mother’s hand, Estelle, who donned a hot pink dress and matching bow, made onlookers smile delightfully as she pulled faces, commanding the attention of the team, who became champions after defeating Canada with a score of 2-1.
Come time to formally greet the sports stars and the youngster managed to pull it together. Showing the grace of a royal, she shook each of their hands before posing alongside her brother for a group portrait.
Oscar and Estelle are no doubt excited for the arrival of their new cousin, who will be born later this year to their Aunt and Uncle Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia.
The genetically-blessed couple, who already share Prince Alexander, announced their happy news back in March.
Alongside a touching family photo of the trio, the statement read: "The birth is expected to take place in September 2017."