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Estelle's birthday pics through the years

OK, she's only four but Princess Estelle of Sweden already has a pretty impressive album of birthday photos to her name. And 2016 has added another image to the history books for us all to enjoy. To mark her fourth birthday here is a look back at how Estelle of Sweden has celebrated.

February 23rd 2016, Estelle at four with mum and dad and waiting to meet a new brother or sister
(photo credit: (photo Kate Gabor/ The Royal Court Sweden)

Snow kiddins, she's three - Estelle took to her skis to mark her birthday in 2015
((photo Kate Gabor/ The Royal Court Sweden)

Now we are two - Sweden's future queen blows out her candles in February 2014 as Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel look on
(photo Kate Gabor/ The Royal Court Sweden)

Just a small slice - Estelle enjoys a cake in one of her first birthday photos from 2013.
(photo Kate Gabor/ The Royal Court Sweden)

OK, it's not a birthday portrait but it's an official photo of a major celebration that took place soon after Estelle arrived and the photos of her christening show a very happy mum and dad and a super alert and super cute baby with a super exciting future ahead of her. Happy Birthday, Estelle.
(photo Bruno Ehrs / The Royal Court Sweden)

And you can read more about the past week for Sweden's royals on this special page.


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