Princess Estelle could make her first international appearance in the coming week. The royal youngster, who is only two years old, has accompanied her parents across the Atlantic for their visit to the USA.
Swedish media outlets have reported that little Estelle will join her parents during their visit to Silicon Valley, California on 19-21 January.
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VIEW GALLERY Swedish press have reported that Estelle may join her parents during an engagement
Victoria, Daniel and Estelle reportedly arrived in America this weekend, which they a spending privately before their programme of events begins on Monday.
Princess Estelle, who will one day be crowned Sweden's queen, undertook her first engagement in May 2014.
The youngster made her first official appearance at Linkoping castle in the province of Östergötland.
Estelle, who is the Duchess of Östergötland, proved a hit with the waiting well-wishers and royal fans as she happily accepted flowers shook hands with the flag-bearing crowd.
VIEW GALLERY Princess Estelle during her first official engagement
The future queen's first public appearance came around the same age as Prince Christian of Denmark made his official public debut.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's son Prince George began his royal duties much earlier than his European counterparts, however, when attended a playgroup at Government House in Wellington aged just eight months.
Princess Ingrid of Norway began her engagements aged five and Princess Elisabeth of Belgium officially attended a church service when she was four.
By contrast, Princess Catharina-Amalia of the Netherlands and Princess Leonor of Spain have both been regularly taken part in family photocalls but have yet to undertake any formal engagements.