As the Mirror notes, Princess Charlotte's parents have carefully guarded her privacy.
On Monday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released a photo of their daughter ahead of her birthday on May 2. 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. For Charlotte's first birthday, mom Kate got behind the camera to take the sweet pictures, which showed Charlotte playing around the family's home of Anmer Hall in adorable pink and blue outfits (with matching bows!).
The palace sent out a statement along with it, saying, "The Duke and Duchess are very pleased to share this photograph as they celebrate Princess Charlotte's second birthday". And while the royal family plans to celebrate Princess Charlotte's birthday "privately", according to People, they took the opportunity to thank the public for the well wishes in the photograph's caption. She is wearing a yellow sheep-printed cardigan and has her hair tied back with a small clip.
Another notable appearance was during the family's tour of Canada, where she was seen several times including at a children's party in Victoria, British Colombia. One of the most recent was a Christmas Day outing to church near her grandparents', Carole and Michael Middleton, home in the village of Bucklebury, The Telegraph reported. The similarities aren't just in her DNA, either; the expression on her face is very much Queen Elizabeth.
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"She said that Charlotte is growing up really fast".
The family is getting set to spend more time at Kensington Palace, as Prince George prepares to begin nursery school in the autumn.
He will start school in September. And in an exclusive interview with HELLO! at the time, a representative for the brand opened up the demand of the royal children.