Sweden's Prince Oscar looks absolutely adorable at his christening - see the pics

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31 May 2016

Excitement reigned in Sweden as the youngest royal, H.R.H. Prince Oscar Carl Olof, was christened at a service held at Stockholm's Royal Palace Chapel on Friday.

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The only son of Crown Princess Victoria (38) and husband Prince Daniel, the two-month-old prince looked cute-as-a-button in the lace christening gown previously worn by his uncle and grandfather. The first official photo of Prince Oscar was taken by his mom and released on 8 March, six days after his birth.
The new arrival is third in line to the Swedish throne, after his mother and older sister, Estelle. Estelle is delighted to be the little prince’s older sister, her father, Prince Daniel told the Swedish daily, Expressen.
The prince was continually by his wife’s side until the arrival of his son. He was present during the birth and cut the umbilical cord himself. According to reports Prince Daniel was deeply moved by Oscar’s arrival. He cried as he informed the media of Oscar Carl Olof’s arrival.
After his birth came the great wait to find out when the youngest royal would be baptised. On 5 April the date was announced worldwide: Friday 27 May, at the Palace’s Royal Chapel in Stockholm.
Prince Oscar was reported to have been baptised with water from Öland Island, as is the custom in the Swedish Royal Family.
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That “unroyal” thumb in the air can mean only one thing – the baptism is over!
The prince has his own golden cradle . . .

. . . but we believe he will soon be using his remarkable baptism present – a playground named after him. From what we can gather it will be built in the Söderåsen National Park in the Skåne region. Prince Oscar is the duke of this region.

The playground will be made of natural materials and will be open to children of all ages.

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