Sweden's Princess Estelle, 2, has a sweet holiday video message

No terrible twos here. Princess Estelle had the sweetest message for the people of Sweden in a new video released by the Swedish royal family.

In it, Estelle, who turns 3 on February 23, is helping her mother Crown Princess Victoria and her father Prince Daniel decorate the family’s Christmas tree with ornaments and tinsel.

The princess helped her mom and dad get in the holiday spirit


For the video, the little princess, who was recently featured on a set of postcards issued by the Swedish royal family, wore a scarlet red hair bow, a knit dress adorned with reindeer and sparkly red Mary Janes.

As the video comes to a finish, her parents each say “God Jul,” which means Merry Christmas in Swedish. Estelle then pops up from under pillows and also sends her well wishes.

For the video, the 2-year-old hid under the pillows


On Wednesday, Estelle helped her mother accept the Swedish royals' Christmas trees at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. The little future queen wore a festive red coat and warm boots as she followed her mother to greet the students from the Swedish Agricultural University presenting the trees.

Estelle, almost 3, carefully placed the ornaments on the tree


Last year, the young princess melted royal fans’ hearts when she helped make gingerbread cookies in another royal video.

Estelle, second in line for the Swedish throne, is something of a national treasure as she is the first and only grandchild of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia.

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