Judging from the photos it is pretty obvious to me that Leonore is comfortable around Sofia Hellqvist. And even though some children are more trustworthy than other, Sofia cannot be a complete stranger to Leonore.
Let's have a look at the guards uniforms, one of my favorite topics.
The cavalry seen here are dragoons, easily recognizable by their helmet with the white svejf on top.
The carbine on their backs. (Dragoons were initially mounted infantry before evolving into general purpose cavalry. The carbine BTW is a Swedish Mauser 6.5 mm) And not least by the pallask, the straight single edged sword, rather than the sabre of lighter cavalry.
Notice also that the horses are in the same color, for quick identification from a distance on the battlefield.
Notice also the signalmen at the left upper corner riding white horses and wearing very distinct uniforms, so that the commanding officer could quickly locate his signalman in the confusion of battle. The signalmen are trumpeters, not buglers or hornblowers.
Being dragoons armed with pallasks, the unit strength is counted as X swords (in this case 30 swords), rather than X sabres as for hussars or light dragoons or X lances for lancers.
The Swedish guards consists of four different units: The dragoons described here, grenadiers, guards infantry (notice the soldier in the black uniform standing in front of the sentry box armed with a rifle) and late 1600's cuirassiers. More on that in a later post if there is any interest.
The two field pieces seen to the far left are pretty modern artillery. My guess would say no earlier that 1880.