Princess Estelle of Sweden has reportedly began ballet lessons with the famous Swedish ballerina, Anneli Alhanko. The adorable youngster, who is the daughter of the Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel, Duke of Västergötland, is said to have a love of dancing, and has been attending the prestigious dance school Base23 in Östermalm in Stockholm.
According to Swedish newspaper Expressen, the four-year-old has been attending classes once a week and is always taken to the classes by one of her royal parents. Prince Daniel has previously said that his daughter "likes to dance," and the little princess is thought to be taking part in the 'BaseKids' course for children ages three to ten.
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Princess Estelle is learning ballet
According to Base23, the course teaches children to "dance in a playful way," and to "inspire" them in several different dance styles including show jazz and hip hop. Princess Estelle has reportedly tried a variety of dancing styles before eventually settling for ballet lessons.
Estelle began her lessons shortly after returning from a villa summer holiday on Öland, a Swedish island, with her parents and her baby brother, Prince Oscar, who the couple welcomed back on March.
Princess Estelle is said to enjoy dancing
The adorable little princess recently took part in a series of photographs with her mother and baby brother to send national day greetings.
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The photoshoot, which took place in the grounds of the family's home Haga Palace, showed Estelle wearing a blue and yellow dress, traditional for female royals on the day of celebration, while hugging her five-month-old baby brother. In another photo, she is laughing at her mother while the pair wear matching straw hats.