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Oscar & Estelle in Christmas fever: Cute greetings for the 4th Advent

Crown Princess Victoria's children are once again causing great enthusiasm among Royal fans. Just in time for the 4th Advent, the palace published a new video of Oscar and Estelle.

Stockholm – The Swedish royal family is shortening the waiting time for the Christmas holidays. With a magical video in which Princess Estelle (9) and Prince Oscar (5) can be admired as protagonists, the Royals wish you a happy Advent Sunday. * shows the enchanting video message from Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar.

Like most children, the offspring of Crown Princess Victoria (44) and Prince Daniel (48) can hardly wait until December 24th has finally come. But Princess Estelle and her little brother Prince Oscar are already enjoying the pre-Christmas season to the full. In the past few weeks, the two caused enthusiasm with a golden snapshot on the occasion of the Lucia Festival. The Swedish royal family's Instagram followers could even catch a glimpse of the Christmas tree at Haga Castle in the photo. Just in time for the 4th Advent, the palace published a new video message in which Estelle and Oscar are once again the focus. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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