The mother-of-three, 38, posted a new portrait with Leonore, six, Nicolas, five, and Adrienne, two, to her official Instagram account yesterday as they donned fancy dress costumes to mark the holiday.
She wrote in the caption: ‘This weekend we wished everyone a Happy and Safe Halloween!’
In the picture, the royal can be seen posing alongside her three children by the front door of their home, which had been decorated with a green and black wreath and adorned with two huge white pumpkins.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden, 38, has shared a rare family photograph as she dressed up as Catwoman costume to celebrate Halloween with her children Leonore, six, Nicolas, five, and Adrienne, two,
Madeleine has been much of lockdown at her home in Miami, Florida, with her husband Christopher O’Neill and their children.
In the snap, Leonore, Nicolas and Adrienne could be seen huddled around their mother, who had dressed as Catwoman by opting for a black glittering mask and cape for the occasion.
Meanwhile the royal’s youngest daughter Adrienne opted for a blue gown as she dressed up as Elsa from Frozen for the holiday.
Madeleine’s two elder children, Leonore and Nicolas, went all out for the event, opting to dye their hair with bold green and pink colouring.
Madeleine has been much of lockdown at her home in Miami, Florida , with her husband Christopher O’Neill and their children (pictured, celebrating Sweden’s National Day in the summer)
The family have been spending the past few months at their home in Miami, where the royal has lived since 2018.
Princess Madeleine has had a low-key period amid the on-going pandemic, last sharing a snap of her children in July to mark Sweden’s National Day.
The mother-of-three last appeared in public in December last year, when she joined the family to host the Nobel prize winners for a lavish four-course banquet at Stockholm’s Royal Palace.
Princess Madeleine, who attended the event without her husband, donned a stunning strapless outfit in a bright fuscia and wore a tiara for the occasion.
The royal, who lives in Miami, Florida, last appeared in public in Sweden as she attended her family hosted the Nobel Prize laureates in December 2019
In October last year the Swedish royal palace announced that the princess’ children were among the five grandchildren of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, 73, to have their royal titles dropped.
The move will mean the young royals will no longer be directly in line to the throne and is hoped to give them ‘a greater opportunity to shape their own lives’ according to Princess Madeleine.
Following the official announcement, the Princess Madeleine took to her Instagram page to state that the decision would give her children more control over their own lives.
She posted a picture of herself with her three children next to a statement which read: ‘This change has been planned for a long time.
‘Chris and I think it is good that our children now have a greater opportunity to shape their own lives in the future as individuals.’