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Sweden's royals introduce newborn Princess Estelle

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN - FEBRUARY 27: In this handout image supplied by the Swedish Royal Court, newborn Princess Estelle is photographed at four days old at Haga Palace, in a cardigan knitted by the Crown Princess's grandmother Alice, February 27, 2012 in Stockholm, Sweden. The baby girl born on February 23, 2012 to Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel, was given the full name and title Princess Estelle Silvia Ewa Mary of Sweden, Duchess of Ostergotland. (Photo by Kungahuset.se via Getty Images)
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In this handout image supplied by the Swedish Royal Court, newborn Princess Estelle is photographed at four days old at Haga Palace, in a cardigan knitted by the Crown Princess's grandmother Alice, Feb. 27, 2012, in Stockholm, Sweden.
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(CBS) Princess Estelle of Sweden has made her debut.

Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel released the first official photos of their newborn baby, which were taken at the couple's palace home.

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The infant was photographed at four days old, wearing a cardigan knitted by the crown princess' grandmother Alice, the palace said.

Estelle Silvia Ewa Mary arrived on Thursday, Feb. 23. She is second in line for the Swedish throne, behind her mother.

Silvia is the name of Victoria's mother and Ewa is Daniel's mother's name. The baby girl will receive the title Duchess of Ostergotland, a province in southeast Sweden, her grandfather, King Carl XVI Gustaf, said Friday.

"We have now been given a little Princess Estelle in Sweden and we are all, particularly me and the family, very, very happy and joyful for that," he added.