Happy 4th birthday, Princess Charlotte!
The new pictures were shared on Kensington Royal’s Instagram account, along with the caption: “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share three new photographs of Princess Charlotte ahead of her fourth birthday.” Taken at Kensington Palace, the first picture shows the Princess wearing a gorgeous smock floral dress designed by British children’s clothing brand, Trotters.
Playful In Plaid
Another two pictures taken at the royal’s home in Norfolk show Charlotte looking gorgeous in a tartan skirt designed by Amaia Kids. In the snaps, she’s seen sitting on a fence and running through the garden with a daffodil in hand.
The designer of the blue floral dress told Hello! that she was thrilled to see the young royal dressed in Trotters. “It is thrilling for a small family business like Trotters to receive such fabulous support,” she said. In another post with one of the gorgeous new snaps, the Palace wrote: “Thank you for the lovely messages for Princess Charlotte’s fourth birthday!”
Bridesmaid Duty At Princess Eugenie's Wedding
Princess Charlotte has had a fun-filled year after being a bridesmaid in two big royal weddings – Duchess Meghan and Harry’s in May 2018, as well and Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding in October (pictured above).
And At Prince Harry & Meghan Markle's Wedding Too!
On both occasions, the young Princess charmed the masses with her shy waves to the crowd, always sticking close to mum Duchess Catherine’s side. We love that she’s basically perfected her royal wave!
The little royal stuck out her tongue while arriving at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding! No prizes for guessing which playful royal family member she learned that from.
Cutest Family Ever
How precious is this family picture taken for Christmas 2018? Princess Charlotte strikes a pose as she smiles confidently for the camera.
Princess Charlotte cosies up to Camillia Parker Bowles in a photo celebrating her grandpa, Prince Charles’, 50th birthday.
The young royal seemed a little overwhelmed by all the fanfare at 2018’s Trooping The Colour ceremony, which marks The Queen’s official birthday. Good thing mum Kate and cousin Savannah Philips were there to lend a comforting hand!
The siblings greeted royal fans from a window in Buckingham Palace by waving and sticking their tongues out. Cute!
Princess Charlotte reported for big sister duty when brother Prince Louis was born. It was during this trip to the hospital that the world was given a glimpse of just how outgoing the young princess has become when she tired out her sweet royal wave.
While she might not be the direct heir to the throne when it comes to family dynamics, The Queen says her great-granddaughter is very much in charge – and she especially loves to boss her four-year-old big brother George around.
According to her proud parents, their “extremely chatty” daughter certainly keeps them on their toes.
“She is very cute but has quite a feisty side. George has turned out to be a lovely little boy. I hope he will keep Charlotte in order,” Duchess Catherine has said of her only daughter.
There were no tears for this tiny royal on her first day of pre-school in January at Willcocks Nursery School in London.
You’re never too young to stop and smell the roses, right Charlotte?
Joining her mum, dad and big brother of her first ever royal tour of Canada proved to be a total success.
She was so determined to get that balloon!
Charlotte showed off her feisty side at a children’s party at Government House in Victoria, Canada.
For her first birthday, Kate captured these stellar photos of Charlotte.
The photos were taken in April, 2016 at Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
These photos showed off Charlotte’s blue eyes amazingly well.
Have you seen a more perfect family photo?
“Charlotte is very easy, she is sweet,” the royal father has said of his daughter.
These were the first official photos the palace released of Princess Charlotte, which were taken by Duchess Catherine.
And Prince George is clearly a natural big brother.
Here’s an adorable photo of him kissing his baby sister.
The fourth in line to the throne was christened at St Mary’s Magdalene Church on July 5, 2015.
The world welcomes the perfect princess.
Her parents introduced their newborn daughter on the steps of St Mary’s hospital in London.