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Prince Oscar at one - new photos added



Prince Oscar of Sweden at one 
(photo Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden)

Here's Oscar. The birthday boy of Sweden has been caught in a special snap for his landmark event by his mum. The image of Oscar Carl Olof at one taken by Crown Princess Victoria was released today as her little boy celebrates his first birthday.





We thought, for most of the day, that we were only going to get one photo but clearly, Oscar does things his way and mum and dad had a subtle message to get out too. In the late afternoon of their son's first birthday, Victoria and Daniel released two more snaps of their little boy as he celebrated his big day. Oscar with cake, a study in two parts, appeared on the official Instagram account after the third in line to the throne of Sweden had set about his birthday sweet with all the style of a one year old. The new images also let us know that Oscar, along with mum, dad and big sister, Estelle, is back at home after a holiday which saw Victoria and Daniel miss the Canadian State Visit to enjoy a holiday with their children before school takes over. Business as usual for the new family of Haga.



Oscar was born on March 2nd 2016 at the Karolinska Hospital in Stockholm and christened on May 27th last year. He was made Duke of Skane by his proud grandfather, King Carl XVI Gustaf, the day after his birth and is third in line to the throne of Sweden.

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