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By PEOPLE.COM/Stephanie Petit
Updated Mar 14, 2019 @ 9:01 pm

Sweden’s Prince Oscar is not having it!

The 3-year-old royal joined his family – mom Crown Princess Victoria, dad Crown Prince Daniel and big sister Princess Estelle, 7 – outside Stockholm’s Royal Palace on Wednesday to celebrate his mother’s name day (similar to a birthday). However, he seemed less than thrilled to be taking part in the festivities.

While Estelle smiled delightedly at the occasion, including when her mother was presented with a beautiful bouquet of flowers, Prince Oscar wore an unimpressed expression throughout the ceremony. Even a band performance and the hundreds of people who had excitedly gathered to see the family couldn’t cheer him up!

The little prince didn’t even crack a smile while being held in Prince Daniel’s arms for a sweet family photo.

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Despite his sullen expression, Oscar still looked adorable in his winter-weather gear. He sported an all-navy ensemble, including a beanie and gloves, along with brown boots.

Meanwhile, Princess Estelle stayed warm in a pink jacket and matching pants. She also pulled a pink hat over her hair, which she wore in braided pigtails.

Prince Oscar isn’t the only young royal who has an off day every now and again. In July 2017, Prince George showed off his shy side as his family arrived in Poland.

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While Princess Charlotte was all smiles and happily showing off her royal wave, George pouted and needed a little pep talk from dad Prince William.

A few days later when the royal foursome touched down in Berlin, George appeared ready for a royal nap. He rubbed his eyes and held William’s hand as they made their way through the greeting line.

Princess Victoria, 41, looked regal for her name day celebration in head-to-toe burgundy, including a wrapped-up scarf, leather gloves and suede boots.

Although her birthday isn’t until July 14, Swedish Armed Forces have celebrated Victoria’s name day on March 12 since the 1990s.

Royal fans showered her with gifts in celebration.

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