Coronavirus: Charlotte brings food to those in need at the age of five

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The Duchess of Cambridge

New photos have been released to mark Princess Charlotte’s fifth birthday, showing that she is delivering homemade care kits to those who need them during the coronavirus crisis.

She helped her family bring food to the elderly and vulnerable in Norfolk.

In one photo, she knocks on a resident’s door holding a bag of homemade fresh pasta.

The four photos were taken in April by her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, an avid amateur photographer.

The young royal joined her parents, the Duke of Cambridge and the Duchess, as well as brothers Prince George and Prince Louis to make deliveries, probably near the family home of Anmer Hall, on the grounds of Queen’s Sandringham.

In two photos, the princess is picking up white bags of food for retirees who are protecting themselves from the virus or other vulnerable people in the isolation of Norfolk.

The family spent several hours preparing fresh pasta before delivering it.

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The Duchess of Cambridge

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The Duchess of Cambridge

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The Duchess of Cambridge

Charlotte was born in the Lindo Wing Private Maternity Hospital at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, central London, at 08:34 BST on May 2, 2015, weighing 8 lbs 3 oz.

Catherine, the patron saint of the Royal Photographic Society, regularly posted photos she took of George, six, and Louis, two, to mark their birthdays.

Over the past five weeks, staff at Queen’s Sandringham have prepared and delivered meals for retirees and vulnerable people living in the area, said Buckingham Palace, with around 1,000 meals prepared and delivered in the first week alone.



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