The Swedish Royal Family Comes Together To Celebrate Their Youngest Member
Swedish Royal family news reveals Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia’s youngest son Prince Julian, born on 26 March 2021 was christened at the Royal Chapel of Drottningholm Palace over this weekend.
The royal family celebrated Prince Julian’s christening, with several members of the family in attendance.
The Swedish royal family had a reunion in celebration of their youngest member. The third son of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia, Julian has two older brothers, Prince Alexander, aged 5, and Prince Gabriel, aged 3, and is seventh in line to the throne.
Several members of the family were in attendance including King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria (Prince Carl Philip’s sister), her husband Prince Daniel, and their children, Princess Estelle (9) and Prince Oscar (5).
Prince Carl Philip’s youngest sibling, Princess Madeleine, also joined the celebrations alongside her American husband Christopher O’Neill, with their three young children. Prince Julian’s godparents, Johan Andersson and Stina Andersson were also part of the family reunion.
The Family Looked Stunning And Classy, With The Prince Julian Wearing A Family Heirloom
The young prince wore the same christening gown that his father had worn in 1979, which is a family heirloom first worn by King Carl XVI Gustaf’s grandfather, Prince Gustaf Adolf, at his christening in 1906.
Princess Sofia, who made headlines for working as a nurse during the pandemic and Crown Princess Victoria both looked stunning, while Victoria’s daughter Princess Estelle looked adorable in pastel pink.
The family also released official photographs from the christening, showing Prince Julian with his parents and siblings, grandparents and godparents.
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