Sweden's Royal Family has welcomed its second new member in as many days after Princess Madeleine gave birth to a son this morning.
Sweden's royal palace says Princess Madeleine has given birth to a son, just two days after she attended the wedding of her brother, Prince Carl Philip. The Swedish princess, 33, gave birth to a son on Monday, June 15, welcoming her second child with husband Christopher O'Neill.
The royal family broke the happy news in a statement on the official Facebook page of Kungahuset. In a statement, the marshal of the realm said Madeleine gave birth Monday at 1:45 p.m. (1145 GMT; 7:45 a.m. EDT) and that "both mother and child are in good health".
Head Physician Sophia Brismar Wendel and Head Midwife Anna Stahl announce that Swedish Princess Madeleine gave birth to a baby boy weighing 3080 grams and with a height of 49 cm on June 15, 2015 at the Danderyd hospital north of Stockholm.
King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden arrived at the hospital in Danderyd.