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Carl Philip & Sofia of Sweden: Ready for baby number four?

Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip of Sweden became parents for the third time in 2021. It is doubted that the royals’ family planning is now really complete.

Stockholm – Prince Julian made Princess Sofia (37) and Prince Carl Philip (42) proud parents of three last March. Insider circles are already rumored that the royals are far from finished with their family planning. So maybe Sweden baby number four will come soon?* reveals here why the chances of further offspring from Sofia and Carl Philip could be pretty good.

Little Julian Herbert Folke, the full name of the youngest son of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia, keeps his family busy with his brothers Alexander (5) and Gabriel (4). At the latest with his sweet appearance at his christening, he also took the hearts of the rest of Sweden by storm. Since the birth of her third child, Sofia has largely withdrawn from the public eye. From time to time she keeps appointments at her husband’s side, most recently as a substitute for the royal and crown princess couple who were suffering from Corona at the same time, but her focus is entirely on her boys. As she enjoys her extended baby break, rumors are already circulating in palace circles that a fourth pregnancy may not be long in the future. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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