It鈥檚 royal baby fever! Hot on the heels of the announcement聽that聽Duchess Kate and聽Prince William are expecting their third child聽(!!!) comes yet聽another piece聽of baby news on the monarchy front. Princess Sofia聽and聽Prince Carl Philip of Sweden, who聽welcomed their second child into the world on August 31 (the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana鈥檚 passing), have just revealed聽the name of their baby boy.

Prince Carl Philip teased, 鈥We have a good name,鈥 while talking to reporters outside聽Danderyd Hospital last week, and he definitely wasn鈥檛 kidding: The newest little royal鈥檚 moniker is certainly one befitting a prince. Meet Prince Gabriel Carl Walther, Duke of Dalarna (try saying that three times fast!).

Prins Gabriel #kungahuset #dalarna

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The Swedish Royal Court confirmed the name on its official Instagram account after it was announced by his grandfather (the current reigning monarch), King Carl XVI Gustaf, during 鈥渁 specially convened cabinet meeting.鈥

Prince Gabriel is sixth to the line to Sweden鈥檚 throne, right behind his one-year-old brother, Prince Alexander, Duke of S枚dermanland. He is reportedly the first聽person in the history of the ruling house to hold the name Gabriel, with聽Carl being the most common choice. As for Walther, it鈥檚 slightly more sentimental, with his great-grandfather also bearing the name.

Ny vecka - nya tag 馃尣馃挕 #reindeer #dalarna #sonyalpha

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As for his title, Duke of Dalarna, the li鈥檒 prince聽shares that聽with his father, who is duke of the same region. It鈥檚 located 鈥渋n central Sweden, with its western edge bordering Norway in the Swedish mountains.鈥 As Sweden鈥檚 own official tourism website points out, 鈥淒alarna seems to get first dibs on imagery that is considered more Swedish than ABBA and IKEA combined.鈥 Judging by the Insta snap above, we couldn鈥檛 agree more.

Congratulations to the happy parents!

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(Photo via Andreas Rentz + Michael Campanella/Getty)聽