Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria, husband Prince Daniel and daughter Princess Estelle appeared in a sweet new holiday video in which the royal family are seen baking traditional Swedish goods. The video, which was filmed in The Bakehouse at Skansen museum and zoo in Stockholm, shows the soon-to-be family of four having fun as they bake together.
The young princess looks adorable with pigtails under a white and red head scarf and a pint-sized gingham apron. Estelle's parents are also clad in festive aprons as the three roll out dough, play with flour and put the dough in a wood fire.
Victoria, who is pregnant with the couple's second child, is seen sprinkling her daughter with some flour before embracing her husband as they wait for their treats to cook. Her daughter then cheerfully wishes viewers a Merry Christmas as her parents stand proudly behind her. According to Hello! Magazine, the video attracted thousands of views within an hour of being shared.
The young family will have a new addition, with the 38-year-old future queen expected to give birth to Estelle's sibling in March. However, Victoria has joked that her young daughter is not all that excited about having a baby brother or sister to play with. Hello! said the princess told reporters, "What she really wants is a hamster!"
Estelle is not just getting a new baby brother or sister, but will also be welcoming a new cousin. Prince Carl-Philip and Princess Sofia, who married in an extravagant wedding in June, are expecting their first child in April. Carl-Philip and Victoria's sister Madeleine recently welcomed a little boy in June, her second child.