Prince Louis is known for his playful attitude and cheeky antics at royal events – but now one royal is giving the youngster a run for his money.
Prince Oscar of Sweden, seven, joined his family to celebrate his grandfather King Carl Gustaf’s Golden Jubilee celebration in Stockholm today.
The little royal, whose elder sister Princess Estelle is heir to the throne, could be seen waving to the crowd and covering his face with his hands as he stood on the royal balcony alongside his relatives.
At one stage, his parents Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel appeared to lean down to chat to the little boy.
The Swedish royal family put on an elegant display at the second day of King Gustaf’s Golden Jubilee celebration in Stockholm today.
Carl Gustaf , 77, appeared to be in a merry spirit as he arrived at the Royal Palace Church in Stockholm to celebrate his 50th anniversary on the throne.
The royal, who is a distant cousin of King Charles, is the first king in the Swedish monarchy’s more than 1,000-year history to reach 50 years on the throne.
Today’s celebration is the Te Deum, a Swedish religious service, based upon singing of hymns to give thanks.
Among those celebrating the big occasion were Crown Princess Victoria, as well as her children Princess Estelle and Prince Daniel, Princess Madeliene and Prince Carl Phillip.
The royal, who is a distant cousin of King Charles, looked dapper while arriving alongside his wife Queen Silvia, 79.
Carl donned a navy suit which he paired with a white shirt and a silver navy tie.
Queen Silvia looked chic in a baby blue suit, which she paired with a classic pair of nude heels.
Elsewhere, Princess Victoria of Sweden, 46, and Prince Daniel of Sweden, 50, put on a cheery display as they walked into the event.
Victoria, the eldest child of Gustaf, donned a summery floral ensemble for the occasion.
She accessorised the outfit with an elegant purple bonnet and a pair of pointed heeled shoes in a matching shade.
Her husband, Prince Daniel opted for a double-breasted navy suit, a crisp white shirt, and a pale blue tie.
Walking slightly in front of the heir to the Swedish throne was Prince Carl Phillip of Sweden, 44, and Princess Sofia of Sweden, 38.
Princess Sofia, 38, stunned in yellow attire. The royal donned a chic yellow frock, along with an elegant fascinator and matching shoes.
Next to Sofia stood her husband, Prince Carl Phillip of Sweden, the only son of Gustaf and Silvia. The royal looked smart in a sharp navy suit and matching dotted tie.
Sweden’s Prince Oscar, seven, and Princess Estelle, eleven, put on an adorable display while attending the religious service.
The little royals entered the Te Deum hand in hand with one another, before taking their seats next to Prince Daniel.
Prince Oscar sported a sophisticated navy suit for the occasion, which featured a medal on the left breast pocket.
Princess Estelle, who is second-in-line to the throne, donned a subtle, baby blue co-ord.
Denmark’s Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary also attended the thanksgiving service in the Palace Church.
The Danish royals coordinated their outfits with a popular colour for the occasion, purple.
Crown Princess Mary looked dashing in a floral lilac dress, which she matched with a deep purple leather clutch bag.
While her husband, the heir to the Danish throne, looked dapper in a navy suit with a matching purple tie.
King Carl ascended to the throne on the death of his grandfather, Gustaf VI Adolf, on 15 September 1973.
He is the youngest child and only son of Prince Gustaf Adolf, Duke of Västerbotten, and Princess Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.
He married Silvia Sommerlath in 1976, three years after his accession.
The royal couple share three children – Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, Prince Carl Philip of Sweden, Duke of Värmland, and Princess Madeleine of Sweden, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland.
The Swedish royal family also put on a glittering display as they arrived for King Carl Gustaf’s Golden Jubilee celebration in Stockholm yesterday.
Crown Princess Victoria wowed in a voluminous orange gown while her sister Princess Madeleine donned a stunning strapless outfit in lilac.
Sister-in-law Princess Sofia chose an eye-catching fuscia pink dress for the evening.
The royals were also joined by King Carl Gustaf, Prince Daniel and Prince Carl Philip in Stockholm.
And following the death of Queen Elizabeth II last year, he’s the second-longest reigning European monarch alive today, after Queen Margrethe, who celebrated her 50th anniversary on Denmark’s throne last year.
The jubilee is four days of celebrations that culminate with a military parade through the capital.
European royals turned out in force to celebrate the golden jubilee of King Carl Gustaf’s 50th in Stockholm.
Queen Margrethe of Denmark arrived for the festivities alongside her son Crown Prince Frederik, 55, and his wife Princess Mary, 51, on Thursday.
Meanwhile Queen Anne-Marie of Greece was also among the dignitaries on the guest list for the jubilee events.
King Carl’s cousin Queen Margrethe looked chic in a navy coat and a red and white gown underneath.
Prince Frederik looked smart in a sage green suit jacket and grey trousers, while his wife looked typically stylish in a beige suit.
Ahead of his Golden Jubilee celebrations, the Royal Court of Sweden shared a new image of the monarch, which was taken in the Royal Palace of Stockholm’s Hall of State.
Dressed in his admiral uniform, the father-of-three is pictured next to the silver throne, which dates back to Queen Kristina’s 1650 coronation and is used in state openings of parliament.
Over his uniform, the King wears a number of medals – including the Order of the Seraphim.
This medal – also known as the ‘Blue Ribbon’ – is seen as Sweden’s equivalent to the UK’s Order of the Garter and is the highest honour of chivalry which can be awarded.
On top of this, the monarch also wears the Royal Order of Vasa, the Order of the Sword and the 1840 Order of Dannebrog chain, which can only be given to the monarch’s closest family.
The King also appears to be wearing the exact same ceremonial chains he donned for his 1973 regal assurance, when he became the country’s youngest ever monarch at 27 years old.
The new portrait of the King, taken by Thron Ullberg, will appear on stamps being issued in Sweden in 2023.