Young Royals Mark Princess Charlotte's Birthday With New Portrait

Geneva Matthews
May 15, 2017

William and Kate brought Charlotte and her older brother, Prince George, on the trip and Charlotte even attended a children's party. The adorable portrait of the little princess was shared on Kensington Palace's Instagram account and garnered thousands of likes within four hours of its release.

The new photo was taken in April by her mother on the grounds of the family's countryside home in Norfolk, England.

In a statement, the palace says: "The Duke and Duchess are very happy to share this photo as they celebrate Charlotte's second birthday".

As before, her mother, a keen amateur photographer, took the picture.

Last year, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge delighted royal fans by sharing photos of their first daughter for her first birthday.

In the image, Charlotte is wearing a knitted yellow cardigan with sheep on and a navy blue clip in her hair.

"She is very cute but has quite a feisty side".

Prince William and Kate released a picture of Prince George for his second birthday too, as he could be seen laughing in his father's arms. Joining the awful twos club on May 2, it's obvious the adorable toddler has grown SO much not only since her last birthday, but also from this past summer! And in an exclusive interview with HELLO! at the time, a representative for the brand opened up the demand of the royal children.

Princess Charlotte and Prince George joined their parents on the Canadian Royal Tour in September 2016, and there were big smiles when they arrived.

Charlotte was photographed on Christmas Day while at a church service in Bucklebury village, located in Berkshire.

She's going to be a bridesmaid for her aunt, Pippa Middleton, at her May 20 wedding.

Tell us, HollywoodLifers - Are you excited about Princess Charlotte's 2nd birthday?

Princess Charlotte may be just a toddler, but she has the power to win over the world with a simple flash of her smile.

Kate Middleton and William will be spending more time at Kensington Palace in London when prince leaves his air ambulance helicopter pilot job in the summer and devotes more time to royal duties.

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