Princess Charlotte volunteers for new portraits for her fifth birthday


By Heather Cichowski and Zach Harper

Happy Birthday,
Princess charlotte!

Prince William and Duchess KateSeule’s only daughter celebrated her fifth birthday on May 2. To mark the occasion, Kensington Palace has published sweet portraits of the growing princess – and they show her coronavirus pandemic!

The portrait series was produced by the Duchess of Cambridge, just like last year. But unlike the 2019 series, three of them
William and Katevolunteer girl. Sweet little girl is seen filling food bags and delivering parcels to the elderly and vulnerable nearby the Queenthis is Sandringham goods. The bags are said to contain homemade pasta created in the Cambridges’ own kitchen at Anmer Hall, their Norfolk country house.

In the fourth portrait, Charlotte confidently looks at the camera. She wears a houndstooth
Zara dress in the four pictures.

The portraits were taken last week when Charlotte, her mom, father and brothers
Prince George and Prince Louis spent two and a half hours delivering food to people near Sandringham. They were entering the Sandringham Estate Volunteerism Initiative, where staff helped deliver 1,000 meals to community members.

We are delighted to see William and Kate ensuring that their children are active volunteers and give back to the community from an early age. It is important to start, but the coronavirus pandemic has added an extra layer of dimension.
princess diana, Charlotte’s late grandmother, would be so proud of her.

Clap for caregivers! The entire Cambridge clan showed their support during the special party The Big Night In, applauding front-line workers at their Norfolk country house, Anmer Hall. Photo: © Comic Relief / BBC Children in Need / Comic Relief via Getty Images

We saw Charlotte for the last time
Cambridge family April 23 when they did a very special appearance on BBC One’s
The great night special to show appreciation for frontline workers andCoronavirus pandemic. William did a very funny comedy with Stephen Fry before heading to
the front door of Anmer Hall, going out with his family and cheering
for frontline workers helping in combat
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This day also marked the second anniversary of little Louis! As with Charlotte’s special day, William and Kate released a series of portraits in honor of their youngest son’s birthday.

MORE: Prince Louis Looks So Big in Adorable New Pictures Taken for Second Birthday

The four photos showed the growing boy covered in rainbow paint! He was probably doing
handprint art to honor healthcare workers in the UK who
COVID-19[female[feminine. The photos were also taken by the talented Duchess of Cambridge.

The past few weeks have marked many milestones for the
Royal family. Charlotte’s great-grandmother, the Queen, celebrated its 94th anniversary on April 21. Kate and William marked her ninth wedding anniversary on April 29.

On May 6, Cambridge’s cousin,
Archie, will turn one! It is expected that Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan will publish a portrait of their son for the big day.

“You can expect to see it,” said a spokesperson for the couple.
Sunday Timesaccording to HELLO! United Kingdom. the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are also celebrating their second wedding anniversary on May 19.

In these difficult times, it is really difficult to separate from family and friends. It’s also a time when everyone needs a nice getaway.
Here has
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