The Queen and Prince Charles were among the first members of the royal family to share their best wishes with Princess Charlotte as the boy celebrates his fifth birthday today.
On Instagram today, the Queen’s official account, 93, shared several shots of Her Majesty alongside the Little Royal, including one alongside Prince Philip taken at Trooping the Color in 2017
Meanwhile, Prince Charles, 72, also shared his “best wishes for a very happy birthday” with the five-year-old child today, displaying a portrait taken by Kate Middleton, 38, to mark the day. .
To mark her birthday, Kensington Palace released new photos of Charlotte as she helped her parents deliver homemade pasta to vulnerable Norfolk residents isolated by a coronavirus earlier this week.
The Queen, 93, and Prince Charles, 72, both sent their best wishes to Princess Charlotte as the Little Royal celebrates its fifth anniversary today (pictured, the royal family account shared several photos of the little princess, including one of Prince Philip, the Queen, Kate and Princess Charlotte at Trooping the Color in 2017)
The royal family’s official account has posted several photos of the Little Royal online as they send their best wishes
Posted on Instagram today, the royal family’s account shared a series of images to mark the big day, including a photo of the little royal acting like a flower girl at Princess Eugenie’s wedding.
Other images in the series include that of Princess Charlotte with her mother Kate, the Queen and Prince Philip, 98, during Trooping the Color in 2017.
Another sees the queen surrounded by her grandchildren and great grandchildren, Princess Charlotte taking center stage on Her Majesty’s lap.
The image is just one of a series of photographs that were taken by photographer Leibovitz to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday in April 2016.
Meanwhile, Prince Charles shared the official birthday portrait of the Little Royal when he wished her a “very happy birthday”
Princes Charles’ official Instagram page, Clarence House, wished the royal a “very happy birthday” today
Meanwhile, Prince Charles’ account, Clarence House, published only one image of the Little Royal, the commemorative image taken by the Duchess last week.
They wrote, “Wishing a very happy birthday to Princess Charlotte – five today! “
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s daughter, who is currently isolated in Norfolk with her family, is likely to chat over the phone with her great grandmother The Queen and others on her special day.
Despite the extraordinary circumstances surrounding her birthday this year, Kate Middleton and Prince William would have planned a fun day for their daughter’s birthday at their home in Anmer Hall.
Among the images shared by the royal family, there was that of Princess Charlotte acting as a florist for the wedding of Princess Eugenie in October 2018
A source told The Sun, “The family held a Zoom party for them so they could talk to family and friends. Then they came up with a complete plan that will give him all the fun of a birthday – including cakes and games – despite the extraordinary circumstances we face.
“Her great grandmother will join the family call on D-Day. Regarding Charlotte, the important thing is that her whole family is by her side to say,” Happy birthday. ” “
New memorial portraits were, as usual, taken by vivid amateur Vivaneau Kate earlier this week between home schooling sessions at Anmer Hall, Norfolk’s family home on the Queen’s Sandringham estate.
The whole family helped with a local initiative launched by monarch staff, who prepared and delivered meals for retired and vulnerable people in the area during the isolation.
To mark her birthday, Kensington Palace released new photos of Charlotte as she helped her parents deliver homemade pasta (left and right) to vulnerable Norfolk residents isolated by a coronavirus earlier this week – a ” royal meal on wills “, you would say
After sharing four images of the Little Royal yesterday, the couple thanked fans for their wishes and posted a fifth photo today.
In the new snap-in, which was picked up by Kate as part of the series, the little royal thoughtfully holds one of the pasta plots.
About 1,000 meals have been distributed in the first week alone, and the program has been running for five weeks so far.
This time, the Cambridges, all passionate cooks, prepared homemade pasta, which they separated into 12 large bags and tied with raffia to add to food packages. Sources said that all the children – even little Louis, two years old – were involved.
Kate and Prince William then posted a fifth photo of Princess Charlotte on her birthday on their Instagram page, thanking fans for their good wishes.
The next day, the family – Charlotte elegantly dressed in a black and white plaid dress with gray tights and black Mary Jane shoes – then helped load bags of fresh produce into a pickup truck at the Sandringham Visitors’ Center ready to be delivered.
Sources say William, Kate, Charlotte and George spent two and a half hours driving in the area to deliver food to those who needed it.
The princess can even be seen in a picture proudly knocking on the door of an elderly resident with her goodies, standing on a carpet that says “Welcome home, wipe your feet.”