A new set of family portraits has been released showing Prince Carlos of Bourbon-Parma with his wife Princess Annamarie and the couple's three children. The star of the show is undoubtedly Carlos and Annamarie's adorable son, who was born at the end of April.
The new bundle of joy – Carlos Enrique Leonard – has been named after his father and grandfather. He is styled as the Hereditary Prince of Parma and was born in The Hague in the Netherlands on 24 April.
One photo shows the little tot peering up at the camera as he is smartly dressed in a blue and white baby-gro. Another picture shows Prince Carlos, 46, proudly cradling his only son.
Prince Carlos Enrique Leonard was born in April
Carlos and Annamarie are also the doting parents to daughters Princess Luisa Irene, four, and two-year-old Princess Cecilia Maria.
The family-of-five posed for a beautiful outdoor portrait that was taken in the Netherlands.
The little boy is cradled by his dad Prince Carlos of Bourbon-Parma
Prince Carlos is the son of the late Carlos Hugo, Duke of Parma and Princess Irene of the Netherlands. His aunt is Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands, 78, who abdicated from the Dutch throne in 2013.
Prince Carlos married his wife Annemarie Cecilia Gualthérie van Weezel in a civil ceremony in 2010. The bride hails from a distinguished political family in the Netherlands and on her big day, she arrived at the La Cambre Abbey in Belgium in a vintage Bentley.
Prince Carlos and Princess Annamarie pose with their three children
The journalist looked resplendent in an ivory silk dress that featured a four-metre train. She topped off her royal look with a diamond and pearl tiara lent to her by the Dutch royal family.
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands were among the distinguished guests.