A week after he helped his sister Princess Estelle ring in her sixth birthday, Prince Oscar celebrated his second birthday! The Swedish tot turned two-years-old on Friday, March 2. To mark the occasion, the Swedish Royal Court released three new portraits of Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel’s son. The images were taken by royal photographer Erika Gerdemark at the Crown Princess family’s home, Haga Palace, in Stockholm.
Oscar looked like the perfect little gentlemen sporting a patterned sweater vest over a pale blue button down shirt with his hair combed to the side. Princess Estelle joined her younger brother for one picture showing off her big sister skills as she doted on Oscar, who posed sitting in front of his birthday cake.
VIEW GALLERY The little Prince turned two on March 2 Photo: Erika Gerdemark / Kungahuset.se
Two additional solo photos show the Prince blowing out his two lit birthday candles and another of him flashing a toothy smile as he “snacked” on a big silver spoon. Oscar appears to be a big fan of sweets, particularly cake. The Prince looked eager to eat his sister’s pink cake during her birthday photo session.
Oscar’s new portraits are reminiscent of Estelle’s recent birthday pictures. The future Queen posed for two closeup shots and one picture with her younger brother for her birthday on February 23. The Princess celebrated her special day dining on American cuisine at Lily's Burgers in Sweden.
VIEW GALLERY Princess Estelle joined her brother Oscar for a picture at Haga Palace Photo: Erika Gerdemark / Kungahuset.se
Last year, Prince Daniel, who married into the Swedish royal family in 2010, opened up about his desire for his daughter and son to experience life as a non-royal. He shared, "I also think it's important to let the children visit all sorts of environments. You need to know how the metro works, and what it's like to travel by bus and what it's like to stand in line, and what it's like to experience that passion within the sports community when there's a game and the [AIK football team's supporter club] Black Army is chanting away. That's something I don't want them to miss out on."