Her Royal Highness Princess Leonore Lilian Maria, Duchess of Gotland
I think you'll agree Princess Leonore is adorable!
The King and Crown Princess Victoria looked delighted to discuss the latest addition to the family at the cabinet meeting.
I thought the names chosen by Madeleine and Chris to be beautiful choices. Leonore and variations of the name are becoming an increasingly popular amongst European royals. It is the name of the future Spanish Queen (Leonor) to name just one. Some were surprised the baby was titled Princess, given that her father, a British-American, declined to take any titles and the couple have lived in New York for some time and will continue to do so. Nonetheless it's always lovely to welcome another Princess.
A look at the happy family.
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Over here in Britian, The Queen's granddaughter Zara Tindall and her husband Mike introduced the world to their daughter Mia via an exclusive photoshoot with Hello! Magazine.
The couple's decision to sell the first photos of their daughter has been described as "tawdry" by royal commentators. Many feel it was not prudent for a member of the Royal Family to partake in such financial ventures.
More from The Telegrah's story:
'Zara Tindall has risked irritating The Queen by selling exclusive photographs of her daughter Mia to Hello! Magazine for a six-figure sum. The Queen's granddaughter is the most senior member of the Royal Family to sell the rights to the first portrait of their child, and signed the deal despite previous denials that she intended to make money from the birth.'
The pictures were taken at the couple's home on the Princess Royal's Gatcombe Park estate in Gloucestershire. In the interview, Zara described her daughter as "pretty relaxed and happy so far" and said, "I keep looking at Mia and thinking, 'Oh we made that'."
What do you think of Zara and Mike's decision to sell the photos of Mia? I expect if the money had been donated to charity the decision would have been met with a less harsh reception from the press.