STOCKHOLM, Sweden, April 21 (UPI) -- Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia of Sweden returned to Drottningholm Palace with their newborn son Wednesday.
The Swedish Royal Court's official website shared a photo of the 36-year-old Duke of Varmland and 31-year-old duchess leaving Danderyds Hospital with the infant.
"The family have now left the hospital and are at home at Drottningholm Palace," the release reads. "Both mother and child are in good health, and the family are looking forward to spending time together."
Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia welcomed their son Tuesday, April 19, and revealed his name at a cabinet meeting Thursday. The royal couple named their baby boy Prince Alexander Erik Hubertus Bertil.
"We are extremely happy for Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia, and are delighted to have become grandparents again. We hope the new parents enjoy a time of peace and quiet together with their son," Prince Carl Philip's parents, King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia, said in a statement.
"We are so happy for Sofia and Carl Philip and for our new family member! Leonore and Nicolas are thrilled to have a third cousin and we can't wait to see him!" Prince Carl Philip's sister Princess Madeleine added of herself and her children.
Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia have been together since 2010 and married in June. The prince follows sister Princess Victoria, niece Princess Estelle and nephew Prince Oscar in the line of succession, making Prince Alexander fifth in line to the throne.