Princess Sofia of Sweden shares her first family photos with her third son, Prince Julian

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Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip of Sweden have shared their first family photos of their newborn son, Prince Julian, posing next to his two older brothers.

Take to their personally Instagram account, the royal couple shared an image of the baby boy, who is seventh in line to the throne, imprisoned next to his father, as well as his proud siblings Prince Alexander, four, and Prince Gabriel, three.

A second black and white photo showed Prince Julian Herbert Folke of Sweden, Duke of Halland, cuddled among just his brothers.

The third son of Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip was born on March 26 in a hospital in Greater Stockholm. His name and his first official portrait were released on Sunday.

Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip of Sweden have shared their first family photos of their newborn son Prince Julian posing next to his two older brothers (pictured)

Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip of Sweden have shared their first family photos of their newborn son Prince Julian posing next to his two older brothers (pictured)

Princess Sofia of Sweden and Prince Carl Philip were spotted leaving Danderyds hospital holding hands after welcoming their third child together (pictured)

Princess Sofia of Sweden and Prince Carl Philip were spotted leaving Danderyds hospital holding hands after welcoming their third child together (pictured)

Princess Sofia of Sweden and Prince Carl Philip were spotted leaving Danderyds hospital holding hands after welcoming their third child together (pictured)

Sofia wrote on her social media profile, which she shares with her husband, saying: ‘Life has given me not one but four beautiful princes.

“Thank you very much for all the warmest congratulations on Julian’s birth.”

On Sunday, Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip shared the first glimpse of their newborn, hours after their third son’s name was revealed.

A second black and white photo showed Prince Julian Herbert Folke of Sweden, Duke of Halland, cuddled between only his brothers (photo)

A second black and white photo showed Prince Julian Herbert Folke of Sweden, Duke of Halland, cuddled between only his brothers (photo)

A second black and white photo showed Prince Julian Herbert Folke of Sweden, Duke of Halland, cuddled between only his brothers (photo)

The royal couple did Instagram to share a photo of their son, Prince Julian, dressed in a cute cream-colored outfit made by his father, Prince Carl Philip.

Prince Julian’s grandfather, King Carl Gustaf, revealed his name and duchy at a cabinet meeting at the Royal Palace in Stockholm on Sunday morning, both of which are a moving tribute to members of the royal family.

Prince Julian is the Duke of Halland, the former duchy of King Carl’s beloved uncle, Prince Bertil, whose former home Carl and Sofia are currently living with their children.

On Sunday, Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip took to Instagram to share an adorable photo of their son, Prince Julian

On Sunday, Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip took to Instagram to share an adorable photo of their son, Prince Julian

On Sunday, Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip took to Instagram to share an adorable photo of their son, Prince Julian

Meanwhile, Folke is one of the king’s middle names and was the name of King Oscar II’s grandson, who negotiated the release of about 31,000 prisoners from German concentration camps during World War II.

Unlike his older brothers, Prince Julian will not receive Royal Highness status after King Gustaf revoked the HRH style of Sofia and Carl’s children in October 2019.

Although the children have lost their position in the Royal Household and are not expected to fulfill higher royal duties, they remain in the line of succession.

On Friday, the royal couple revealed on Instagram that they had a third son, a brother of Prince Alexander, four, and Prince Gabriel, three.

Princess Sofia could be seen holding a notebook while her husband was carrying their third son as they left the hospital on Friday (pictured)

Princess Sofia could be seen holding a notebook while her husband was carrying their third son as they left the hospital on Friday (pictured)

Princess Sofia could be seen holding a notebook while her husband was carrying their third son as they left the hospital on Friday (pictured)

The palace’s official statement read: “ The Marshal’s office is pleased to announce that HRH Princess Sofia gave birth to a healthy and prosperous son at Danderyd Hospital on Friday, March 26, 2021 at 11:19 AM. Both mother and child are doing well. ‘

The new baby is seventh in line to the throne and the eighth grandchild of King Carl XVI Gustaf. Carl Philip, 41, is the only son and second child of Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia.

His older sister Princess Victoria, 43, is the heir to the Swedish throne and he is currently fifth in the line of succession. Victoria has two children, Prince Oscar, five, and Princess Estelle, nine.

Carl Philip’s younger sister, Princess Madeleine, has now dropped to eighth place. She has three children, Princess Leonore, seven, Prince Nicolas, five, and Princess Adrienne, two.

Growing family!  Prince Carl Philip of Sweden and his wife Princess Sofia announced that they had a third son last year.  They are depicted with sons, Prince Alexander, four, and Prince Gabriel, three

Growing family!  Prince Carl Philip of Sweden and his wife Princess Sofia announced that they had a third son last year.  They are depicted with sons, Prince Alexander, four, and Prince Gabriel, three

Growing family! Prince Carl Philip of Sweden and his wife Princess Sofia announced that they had a third son last year. They are depicted with sons, Prince Alexander, four, and Prince Gabriel, three

Sofia, 36, and Carl announced they were expecting in December. In a statement shared by the Swedish royals at the time, Carl Philip and Sofia said they are “ happy and excited and looking forward to welcoming their third child. ”

They later shared a family photo to thank the people for their kind words.

The photo shows Carl Philip and Sofia dressed in festive outfits as they pose with their sons in a cozy living room. Just a hint of baby bump can be seen under Sofia’s elegant camel-colored roll-neck dress.

In December, Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia revealed they had tested positive for Covid-19. The couple suffered from ‘mild flu symptoms’ and were isolated with their sons in their Stockholm home.

The palace's official statement read: `` The Marshal's office is pleased to announce that HRH Princess Sofia gave birth to a healthy and prosperous son at Danderyd Hospital on Friday, March 26, 2021 at 11:19 AM.  Both mother and child are doing well.  '

The palace's official statement read: `` The Marshal's office is pleased to announce that HRH Princess Sofia gave birth to a healthy and prosperous son at Danderyd Hospital on Friday, March 26, 2021 at 11:19 AM.  Both mother and child are doing well.  '

The palace’s official statement read: “ The Marshal’s office is pleased to announce that HRH Princess Sofia gave birth to a healthy and prosperous son at Danderyd Hospital on Friday, March 26, 2021 at 11:19 AM. Both mother and child are doing well. ‘

It’s unclear exactly when the royal couple tested positive, but a spokesman said Sofia is being wiped clean as part of her job at Sophiahemmet – a private hospital in Stockholm.

She had previously been pictured wearing scrubs while treating coronavirus patients in the hospital during the Swedish outbreak.

Known as the real Prince Charming of Sweden, Carl-Philip broke the hearts of royal viewers around the world when he announced his engagement to former glamor model and reality TV star Sofia Hellqvist in 2014, four years after the news of their relationship made headlines for the first time. .

The couple welcomed their first son, Prince Alexander, in April 2016 and another little boy, Prince Gabriel, arrived in August of the following year.

Born an heir to the throne, a law was passed in 1980 giving his older sister Victoria precedence in the line of succession.