We鈥檝e been fawning all over ourselves while pouring over photos of England鈥檚 Royal Family as of late, with little Royal Prince George looking dapper and regal (even in a聽bathrobe) and Princess Charlotte聽being聽particularly adorbs on her very first b-day. Now, there鈥檚 a new tiny royal on the scene, and from the looks of the family鈥檚 first photos together, we can safely confirm: He鈥檚 every bit as cute. Meet Prince Alexander Erik Hubertus Bertil (try saying that three times fast!) of Sweden, the newborn son of Princess Sofia and Prince Carl Philip.

Prins Carl Philip, Prinsessan Sofia och Prins Alexander. Drottningholms slott. Maj 2016

While Alexander made his official Instagram debut following his birth on April 19, The Royal Court shared the first pics of the happy trio (make that quartet聽鈥 the royal pooch Siri was also in attendance)聽together as a family in honor of Prince Carl Philip鈥檚 37th birthday.

Prins Carl Philip och Prins Alexander. Drottningholms slott. Maj 2016.

鈥淲e wish in this way to thank you for all the congratulations that we have received in connection with our son, Prince Alexander鈥檚 birth. We very much appreciate your warmth and caring,鈥 The Royal Court of Sweden posted on its official page.

We couldn鈥檛 think of a better birthday present. Check out more of their precious snaps below!

Prins Carl Philip, Prinsessan Sofia och Prins Alexander. Drottningholms slott. Maj 2016.

Like fashion plate Kate (rhyming intentional), who recently made the cover of British Vogue, Princess Sofia certainly knows how to start a fashion trend or two: Here she is in a dress from European retailer, Lindex.

Prinsessan Sofia och Prins Alexander. Drottningholms slott. Maj 2016.

Baby Alexander snuggles up to Mom for nap time in this precious black and white shot.

Congratulations, you two! Your聽little prince is precious.聽And happy belated birthday to you, Prince Carl Philip!

What do you think of the family鈥檚 first photoshoot? Tell us your thoughts over @BritandCo!聽

(h/t E!, photos via Michael Campanella/Getty and Erika Gerdemark/The Royal Court of Sweden)