It’s been two years since Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia of Sweden tied the knot if a fairytale wedding in Stockholm. Since exchanging vows, the couple have welcomed one-year-old son Prince Alexander and are currently expecting their second child due this September.
The Swedish couple tied the knot on June 13, 2015 Photo: Photo Anders Wiklund, TT
While attending a seminar in honor of Sweden's Stenhammardag Day on Tuesday, the 38-year-old Prince revealed how he planned on celebrating his two-year anniversary with his wife, 32. Carl told Svenskdam, "I'm going home and celebrate with my wife and young son."
A number of royals from across Europe attended Sofia and Carl's nuptials Photo: Mattias Edwall, The Royal Court, Sweden
The Swedish royal and Sofia said “I do” on June 13, 2015 in front of close friends and family, in addition to a number of European royals including the Earl and Countess of Wessex, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Queen Maxima and Crown Prince Haakon and Princess Mette-Marit of Norway. The couple's then-three-year-old neice, Princess Estelle, served as a bridesmaid for the joyous occasion.
The couple gathered on the palace's balcony, where Carl spoke to adoring fans Photo: Luca Teuchmann/WireImage
The former model glowed on her big day walking down the aisle in a timeless gown by Swedish designer Ida Sjöstedt that featured intricate lace and a show-stopping train. After the ceremony, Carl addressed well-wishers who gathered outside of the royal palace, telling them, "You want to celebrate the love, and that shows that Sweden is a warm country." Ahead of wedding, Carl confessed to the Swedish channel TV 4, "I don't think I knew the magic of love before I met Sofia. But ever since I met her, I've seen how love can change a person."