Princess Estelle of Sweden looked her usual excitable self as she arrived for her first day of nursery on Monday.
The royal darling, who is two-and-a-half-years-old, was accompanied by her proud parents Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel.
Dressed in pale jeans, a floral blue and white top and a grey cardigan, Estelle was picture-perfect as she held her parents' hands and skipped up to the school's entrance.
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Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel bring their two-year-old daughter Estelle to nursery
The youngster had her fair hair pinned back with an adorable blue bow and gave a little royal wave to photographers as she was carried by her father Daniel.
Before heading in for Estelle's first day at the Aeventyret pre-school – meaning "adventure" in Swedish – Victoria, 37, told reporters that she had chosen the nursery because it was recommended by close friends.
The school is also located in Danderyd just outside of Stockholm, where the family are based in the Haga Palace.
"It will be nice for Estelle to be at school with her friends," said Victoria, who is first-in-line to the throne.
Princess Estelle is attending the Aeventyret pre-school – meaning "adventure" in Swedish
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Estelle, who is the only child of Victoria and Daniel, was styled as the Duchess of Östergötland when she was born in February 2012.
The little princess carried out her first official engagement in May of this year, when she did a walkabout at the Linkoping castle in the province of Östergötland.
Led around the grounds by her parents, Estelle happily accepted flowers from her waiting fans as they waved flags. Earlier in the day, the family-of-three had opened the Fairytale Path at Lake Takern, where Estelle came face-to-face with a large statue of a frog wearing a crown.
The youngster, who is often the star of the show at public appearances, was also on hand to celebrate her mum's birthday in July. Estelle was pictured running around collecting presents from locals, who had waited outside the family's summer residence of the Solliden Palace to greet Sweden's crown princess.