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Princess Madeleine, Christopher O'Neill, Prince Nicolas, Sweden

Brigitte Grenfeldt, The Royal Court, Sweden

It's officially adorable royal baby overload!

Recently we've been lucky enough to see brand-new photos of Prince George and Princess Charlotte, and now we get to have a closer look at Princess Madeleine of Sweden's newborn son, Prince Nicolas!

The Swedish royal posted several photos of her family on Facebook, including husband Christopher O'Neill and daughter Princess Leonore. The gorgeous portraits show the doting parents holding each of their beautiful babies.

"I'm so thankful to be a mother of two," she captioned a set of pictures on her page. "Both Leonore and her brother Nicolas are little angels!"

In one photo, Madeleine, wearing a white dress with a cardigan over, cradles baby Nicolas as he sleeps soundly in a pale blue blanket. In another, the gorgeous mom-of-two carries young Leonore, who looks adorable in a pink seersucker dress. The genetics in this family are truly unbelievable!

Christopher O'Neill, Prince Nicolas, Sweden

Brigitte Grenfeldt, The Royal Court, Sweden

Madeleine gave birth to Nicolas in June, only two days after attending her brother's wedding. Upon making the announcement, the marshal of the realm said in a statement, "Both mother and child are in good health." At the time, the palace didn't reveal the name they ultimately chose for their baby boy.

The parents took turns holding Nicolas, with the 41-year-old dad giving us an even closer look at his son's cute outfit. Nicolas is wearing a pale blue onesie with matching blue shoes, while his dad went for a similar theme, also wearing a pale blue shirt.

The photo shoot took place in the gardens of Solliden Palace, which is the family's official summer home. According to Hello!, the family of four plans to move to London in the fall for Christopher's job. He told Swedish publication Expressen that spending time with his family is most important to him.

"We always planned on moving to London but then the baby was born and we thought it would be a good idea to stay in Stockholm for a bit," he explained to the magazine, per Hello!. "I don't want to be alone in my hotel room every night. I want to go home to my family and have dinner together. Nothing else matters more."