Newborn princess named Nanasipau’u

'Alo'i ha pilinisesi ko e fakakoloa 'eni ki he Fale 'o Ha'a Ma'afu . Kuo fakahingoa ko Pilinisesi Nanafipau'u. Ko e 'alo ia hono tolu 'o Pilinisesi Sinaitakala mo Pilinisi Tupouto'a. Na'e 'alo'i 'i he fale mahaki Auckland City i Nu'u SIla 'aneafi 'aho 20 Mā'asi.

The newest member of Tonga’s royal family was named Princess Nanasipau’u, the royal palace office has announced.

Crown Princess Sinaitakala gave birth to her and Crown Prince Tupouto’a ‘Ulukālala’s third child yesterday March 20 at the Auckland City Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand.

The royal birth was attended by Their Majesties King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau’u –  Prince Tupouto’a’s parents as well as Princess ‘Ofeina ‘E he Langi Fakafanua – Princess Sinaitakala’s mother.

Princess Nanasipau’u is fourth in line to the throne and she is Sinaitakala and Tupouto’a’s second daughter after Princess Halaevalu Mata’aho. Their son Prince Taufa’āhau is the eldest.

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