Monday, May 1, 2017

Princess Charlotte is captured on camera by her mother the Duchess of Cambridge at the family home in Norfolk


Lil Princess Charlotte royal parents have described her as a 'joy from heaven' and on the eve of her second birthday the Duchess of Cambridge has captured her little angel in an adorable new snap.
Taken at Anmer Hall, their family home in Norfolk, where she is expected to spend her birthday, Charlotte, who will turn two tomorrow, can be seen beaming at her mother as photography enthusiast Kate snaps away. 
In the photo, taken in April, Charlotte can be seen wearing a traditional Fair Isle cardigan in baby blue and yellow from John Lewis with a slightly crumpled Peter Pan collar poking out of the top.

Her hair, which has grown noticeably since the last time she was photographed, has been pinned back with a navy blue ribbon, most likely by her mother in order to capture her adorable expression. 
It looks as though the duchess may have handed her daughter a picture book in order to keep her sweet while she poses for the picture.
Charlotte, who is known for her love of animals, appears to have been photographed in the hall's barn seeming well settled in a pile of hay for her portrait. 



The new photograph was shared by Kensington Palace on Monday. After sharing the image on social media, the palace gave a message of thanks on behalf of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
In a tweet it said: 'TRH would like to thank everyone for the lovely messages they have received & hope that everyone enjoys this photograph as much as they do.' 
It appears to be becoming quite the tradition in the Cambridge family as Charlotte's first birthday photos were also captured by the duchess.

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