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Princess Charlotte's 4th Birthday Photos Are Here

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Hannah Rogers | 02 May, 2019, 04:39

Princess Charlotte, the daughter of Prince William and his wife, Kate, celebrates her fourth birthday on Thursday and her parents released three new pictures of the smiling young royal to mark the occasion.

And in classic royal tradition, Kensington Palace has released three portraits of the princess to celebrate.

Princess Charlotte is living her best life.

In these latest photos Princess Charlotte looks remarkably like her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, who turned 93 in April.

Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (AKA Kate Middleton) are sharing adorable pictures of their daughter, Princess Charlotte!

Smiling for the camera in a blue floral summer dress, the fourth in line to the throne was also wearing a pair of navy shoes - the same ones George was seen wearing at a charity event previous year. In one image, Charlotte is perching on the fence, and the third she has been captured running across the garden.

According to 2019 Sunday Night documentary "Royal Baby", the Princess is worth around £150million to the United Kingdom economy - nearly £50million more than her brothers, Prince George and Prince Louis. All photos are courtesy of the Duchess of Cambridge.

In a different, more wintry outift, Charlotte flashed a sweet smile in the photos taken by her mother.

Meghan Markle, who is due to give birth to Prince Harry's child any day now, has chosen on a home birth for their firstborn.

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