The video shows them contacting their family on Saturday morning in Sweden and the United States through a video call. The recorded call starts with the Crown Princess Victoria and her husband Prince Daniel and their two children Princess Estelle and Prince Oscar.
They contact King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia at Stenhammar Palace.
Crown Princess Victoria says: “Hey, how lovely to see you!”
Then Princess Madeleine’s family in Florida and Prince Carl Philip’s family in Villa Sollbacken join in.
The King and Queen go on to say how they are doing well and are happy to see everyone.
Queen Silvia added they should video call each other more often.
The Crown Princess Victoria also said that she will miss them all over the Easter period.
The young Princess Estelle then leant over to tell her grandparents that she has made a card for them with a llama on it.
She wrote on the card: “Happy Easter, grandpa and grandma!
“Warmest greetings, Estelle.”
The King then thanked her for the card, saying it is very nice.
After this, the Crown Princess Victoria waved to her sister Madeleine.
She then said: “He Florida, Madeleine! How are things in Florida?”
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Madeleine answered her by saying that they are well and carrying on.
Princess Estelle turned to Prince Carl Philip, and said “Hey, Sollbacken! [cheers]”
The screen then showed everyone waving and saying “Happy Easter”.
The video was posted on the Swedish royal family’s official Instagram.
A caption alongside the video reads: “Digital Easter celebration.
“Easter celebrations look different in many places this year.
“There are many who are not given the opportunity to meet loved ones.
“The royal family follows the recommendations and does not celebrate a common Easter.”
Sweden have taken an alternative approach to battling the coronavirus in the country.
The country relies on its people to take responsibility and follow guidelines rather than implementing restrictions; with restaurants, shops and schools still open.
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