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Princess Estelle of Sweden turns five! See the cute photo

Emmy Griffiths
Emmy GriffithsTV & Film Editor
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A very happy birthday to Princess Estelle of Sweden! The little Princess turned five on Thursday, and the Swedish royal family's official Instagram celebrated the occasion by sharing a sweet snap of young royal. In the black-and-white photo, Estelle is lying on the top of a sofa while grinning cheekily at the camera. 

She looked adorable while wearing a simple jumper with a bow headband, and the sweet snap was captioned: "Today is Princess Estelle 5 years. Congratulations! Happy birthday Princess Estelle, who turns 5 today!"

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Fans of the Swedish royals were quick to wish her many happy returns, with one writing: "Congratulations on your day sweet Estelle," while another added: "Hip hip hurray. Wish you a nice day and you many nice gifts." 

The second-in-line to the throne, who is the eldest and only daughter of the Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel, Duke of Västergötland. Princess Estelle's little brother Prince Oscar, Duke of Skåne will also shortly be celebrating this birthday. The baby boy will turn one on March 2.

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However, the princess isn't the royal Swedish royal to celebrate her birthday this week, as Princess Madeleine's daughter Princess Leonore turned three on Monday. The younger sister of Princess Victoria shared photos of her daughter walking around the Swedish palace while holding balloons, and captioned the snaps: "Happy Birthday Sweet Leonore! You make us smile every day." 

Princess Madeleine recently opened up about her children after announcing she is working on a children's book. She said: "Previously Leonore had not really had the patience, but now we read more and more books, which is great fun. It is a cosy moment you have together. There will of course be Pippi in the beginning, but it has been mostly picture books until now."

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