Princess Leonore of Sweden celebrates turning 2 with a birthday tea party

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Princess Leonore of Sweden is growing up so fast. The young royal celebrated turning two years old on Saturday, by having a traditional tea party. The toddler’s mother, Princess Madeleine, took to her Facebook page to share the adorable photos with royal fans.

"Time flies- our Leonore is 2! Happiest of birthday wishes to our beautiful and sweet daughter," wrote the 33-year-old Princess. Leonore is no doubt spending the special day with her mother, father, Chris O’Neill and younger brother, Nicolas, at their home in London, where they relocated in August.

Princess Leonore celebrated her second birthday by having a tea party

In the photos the young girl looks adorable smiling broadly for the camera, dressed in a short-sleeved blue and white dress. She finishes off her look with black strappy pumps and a cute blue bow pinned in her hair.

The milestone birthday comes a month after the family enjoyed a luxurious holiday to the Soneva Fushi resort in the Maldives. The foursome stayed in a private villa on the isle of Kundunadhoo. The Princess and her husband, Chris, were spotted playing in the sand and frolicking in the water, with their two young children.

The young prinecss looked adorable as she blew out the candles on her birthday cake

After returning from their relaxing getaway Madeleine uploaded several pictures from the holiday, giving fans a glimpse at young Prince Nicolas. She also uploaded several images of Leonore exploring the island and eating an ice cream on the beach.

Despite missing her home and family in Sweden, Madeleine has revealed that she is enjoying bringing up the children in England, away from the public eye. Crown Princess Victoria’s sister, made the revelations after she admitted that she has always struggled with public attention.

Princess Madeleine uploaded several photos of the family holiday to the Maldives

"I’ve had [anxiety] all my life. One would think, and maybe expect, that I’d be comfortable in front of people, photographers and journalist who ask question. But I’m really not, I’m quite shy.

"I don’t like being the centre of attention. But as an official person as I am, this is something I have to deal with," she added.

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