Sweden's Prince Alexander adorably greets the crowds at baby brother's christening
We've reached royal baby fever.
Sweden's Prince Gabriel was christened on Friday, but all eyes were on his big brother Prince Alexander (one), who greeted crowds, playfully waving as his father Carl Philip carried him.
The Swedish royal family were out to mark the occasion at Drottningholm Palace Chapel outside Stockholm, including Princess Madeleine, who is expecting her third child.
Unlike with her first child, this time around, Princess Sofia was dressed in traditional attire adopted a more traditional look as carried her three-month-old son, wearing a folk costume known as Svenska folkdräkter. It's believed she was paying homage to Dalarna, which features in her baby's title - Prince Gabriel, Duke of Dalarna.
King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia were seated next to Sofia's parents Erik and Marie Hellqvist for the family occasion.
Carl Philip is fourth in line to the throne and wed Sofia, a former reality star and model, in 2015 after six years together. When asked about the difficulties of caring for two children under two, she told Swedish magazine Kupé: "We try to create as much family time as possible in the evenings, with bathing and getting into a nighttime routine. Gabriel has started sleeping and eating more regularly.
"We do get glimpses that it’s going to be tougher with two than with one. But there is also twice as much love."
When asked if the toughest part was over, she said: "Ask me again in a few months."
Her husband echoed her sweet sentiments, saying: "Gabriel and Alexander are still so small, but it’s so exciting to follow their development. It’s great to be part of their journey."
Among the other royal children spotted was Princess Victoria's little ones Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar.