The Brits aren’t the only royals getting into the holiday spirit. Today, the Swedish royal family shared a video of Prince Carl Philip—younger brother of heir apparent, Princess Victoria, and the fourth in line for the throne—welcoming Christmas trees into the palace at Stockholm.
The best part? He was accompanied by his two-year-old son, Prince Alexander, who was festively dressed in a Santa hat, reindeer sweater, and tiny red pants.
I dag tog Prins Carl Philip och Prins Alexander emot studenter från jägmästarprogrammet vid Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet.Studenterna besökte Kungl. Slottet för att traditionsenligt överlämna ett antal julgranar som ska pryda slottet. Traditionen har pågått sedan 60-talet och har också givit namn åt kungsgranen, vilken tidigare var mer känd som nordmannsgran.
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Sweet, curly-haired Prince Alexander was born in April 2016. He’s the older of Prince Carl Philip’s two sons with Princess Sofia, whom he married in 2015.
The couple also recently welcomed another baby boy last year, named Gabriel. The younger prince wasn’t shown helping out with the Christmas decor today, but his big brother seems to have done a great job with the holiday prep.
Last year, Princess Victoria and her children were the ones to see the arrival of the Christmas trees into the palace. She and her family of four released a snowy holiday card last year, too.
We wonder what kind of festive greeting the royal Swedes have prepared this year. Will they share a sweet family photo like Prince William and Kate Middleton, or a romantic portrait like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?
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Kronprinsessan, Prinsessan Estelle och Prins Oscar tar emot julgranar från studenter vid jägmästarprogrammet på Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet (SLU). Sedan slutet av 1960-talet överlämnar SLU julgranar till Kungliga slottet. 📸: Kungahuset.se #kungahuset #kungsgran #slusweden
Prince Carl Philip last made a public appearance last week, at the Nobel Prize ceremony and banquet in Stockholm. He was joined by other members of the royal family, including sister Princess Victoria and wife Princess Sofia, who were both stunningly dressed in regal gowns and tiaras.
All eyes might’ve been on the royal women, but Carl Philip looked just as good in his tux and regalia.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s Bazaar US.