Princess Madeleine of Sweden is enjoying exploring her new home in London with her daughter Princess Leonore. The mum-of-two, who relocated with her husband Chris O'Neill in August, shared an adorable photo from her family outing on Tuesday.
The sweet Facebook snap shows Leonore strolling through the park, looking as cute as ever in a cream fluffy hooded jacket and jeans with fringed moccasin boots. The toddler wore her hair tied back into a ponytail with a pretty bow completing her sweet and stylish ensemble.
Princess Madeleine shared a photo of Princess Leonore on Facebook
"Walk in the park!" Madeleine captioned the Facebook image, which quickly attracted over 10,000 likes in less than 30 minutes.
It is the first photo Madeleine has shared of her daughter since she released official photos of Leonore and her baby brother Prince Nicolas in July. The 33-year-old welcomed her second child with her financier husband in June, and is set to christen the baby boy in Stockholm on Sunday.
The baptism will be held at the Drottningholm Palace Chapel at noon, with baby Nicolas wearing the same christening gown used by Leonore in 2014. The special occasion will be broadcast on national television, with guests set to include Nicolas' grandparents King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia, who will also host a reception following the service.
It is the first photo shared of the toddler since July
According to local publication Expressen, Madeleine's older brother Prince Carl Philip will also play an important role in the service after being chosen as one of Nicolas' godparents. The 36-year-old, who married Princess Sofia in June just two days before his nephew arrived, is already a godfather to his three-year-old niece Princess Estelle.
The family are expected to return to Stockholm from their new home in London later this week. They will be based in the capital for the next two years, where Chris works as the managing director for Wilton Payments Limited.
"We always planned on moving to London but then the baby was born and we thought it would be a good idea to stay in Stockholm for a bit," Chris told Expressen in August. "I don't want to be alone in my hotel room every night. I want to go home to my family and have dinner together. Nothing else matters more."