Princess Charlotte looked charming in the photographs clicked by her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge. The snaps were taken at her Anmer Hall home in Norfolk, England. She was with her cuddly toy dog showing a glimpse of her cheeky personality in the official photographs that were released worldwide on Sunday.
Princess Charlotte’s first official photographs were also captured by the Duchess. They were released in June.
The palace said in a tweet to its half a million followers, “The Duke and Duchess hope everyone enjoys these new photos of Princess Charlotte as much as they do.” The pictures were a gesture of thank you to the British public and media for allowing the two children to grow up away from the spotlight, according to theweek.co.uk
”The Duke and Duchess continue to receive warm messages about Princess Charlotte from all around the world and they hope that everyone enjoys these lovely photos as much as they do.”
”The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very grateful for the support they have received when it comes to their children and wanted to share these very charming pictures taken by the Duchess. It is something they intend to continue to do,? a royal aide told Mail Online.
The Telegraph stated that Charlotte now has a “full head of hair” and is able to sit up, while the Daily Mail thinks she has the same “twinkling blue eyes” as her father Prince William.
The nearly seven-month-old daughter was dressed by her royal mother Kate Middleton in $16 pink tights from Amaia boutique in London’s Chelsea for the new pictures. Kate with her other family members have frequented the independent boutique in the most expensive area of Chelsea Green since Prince George’s birth in 2013, according to people.com
Hello magazine recognized the brands seen in the photographs: a patterned Liberty dress, pale-pink tights from Amaia Kids and a Fuddlewuddle Puppy from British company Jellycat.
“She’s so cute, and she looks just like her big brother!” Amaia Arrieta, one of Princess Kate’s favorite children’s clothing designers, told PEOPLE.