With a bow fit for a future queen, Sweden's Princess Estelle helped her mom, Crown Princess Victoria, celebrate Sweden's National Day at the royal palace in Stockholm on Thursday. The 1-year-old princess and Duchess of Östergötland, who is second in line after her mother, was also joined by dad Prince Daniel. Baby Estelle is one of many little royal girls who could one day ascend to their country's thrones. In fact, Estelle is the first person in Sweden to be born "heiress apparent," as her country changed its laws in 1980 so that a potential younger brother cannot supersede the firstborn daughter. As for Prince William and Kate Middleton, if they have a girl, she could be the next queen of England thanks to the UK's decision to change its succession laws and remove any preference of gender. As we wait for the newest royal baby to be born, check out Princess Estelle celebrating her country's National Day.
Baby Princess Estelle Helps Her Mom Celebrate Sweden's National Day
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