June is shaping up to be an especially exciting month for Princess Madeleine of Sweden. The heavily pregnant royal is due to welcome her second child with husband Chris O'Neill any day now, and on Monday the couple also celebrated their wedding anniversary.
Taking to Facebook to mark the special occasion, Madeleine posted a sweet throwback photo of herself and Chris gazing into each other's eyes.
"Today we celebrate 2 wonderful years as a married couple and we are excited for what the future will bring us!" Madeleine, who already has one daughter, Princess Leonore, fittingly captioned the snap.
The beautiful royal was the epitome of a fairytale bride on her June wedding day back in 2013, when she wore a breathtaking bespoke Valentino gown. Italian designer Valentino Garavani had stepped out of retirement specifically to create Madeleine's dress, an act he called "an honor" for a "beautiful" bride.
Both the princess and the fashion maestro were thrilled with the final result – a pleated silk organza gown with appliquéd Chantilly lace that showed off Madeleine's enviable figure.
Months have passed since that sunny day in Stockholm, and Madeleine and Chris are now expecting their second baby. When the little prince or princess arrives, as the couple have not revealed the gender of their baby, the couple will be looking after two children under the age of two, much like Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Madeleine's most recent appearance took place over the weekend, when she stepped out to celebrate Sweden's National Day with her family.
She has been temporarily residing in Stockholm – the city where she plans to give birth – for the past few months, having recently moved from New York where Chris worked as a businessman and a banker.
When the lovebirds and their daughter become a family of four, Madeleine plans to move her brood to London in the autumn. The 32-year-old lived in the capital when she was a teenager and is said to have loved it because she could be "anonymous."
The move would also make sense for Chris, as he often travels to London for business.