Christmas just isn’t the same without some festive crafting, and the Swedish Royal Family hasn’t missed out on the fun! Crown Princess Victoria, Prince Daniel and their adorable kids, Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar, got straight to work in a new video shared to their official YouTube Channel – an annual tradition that’s always the essence of holiday cheer.
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Christmas wreathes, cinnamon sticks, acorns and oranges galore, the royal siblings and their parents created a host of decorations, from potted plants to festive ornaments. Set in a cozy greenhouse, six-year-old Estelle filled a pot with a green plant and decorative moss, while two-year-old Oscar sang carols and helped his mom create a yummy room freshener with cloves pressed into an orange.
It’s clear to see how close the family is as they work together to dress up the green house. At one point, the little princess finishes tying up a bow on a wreath and, with a huge smile on her face, her dad hangs it from the ceiling to show off his talented daughter’s handiwork. Towards the end of the video, Victoria and Oscar warm hearts as they’re spotted singing a holiday tune together.
Crown Princess Victoria looked beautiful as ever in a pale pink sweater, elegant hoop earrings and a luminous beauty look. The family fun comes just 10 days after the stunning royal stepped out for the Nobel Prize ceremony alongside other senior members of the Swedish royal family. The 41-year-old dusted off her Forget-Me-Not Connaught tiara by E. Wolff & Co. and dazzled in her mom’s vintage Nina Ricci gown from the ’90s, which boasted a pink bodice, yellow waist and a voluminous grey skirt.