Princess Charlotte looks at Diana, Prince William’s birthday photos | Royal | News


A series of candid photos have been shared for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Instagram account that show the Duke alongside members of the family to commemorate her 38th birthday. The photos, published on the Kensington Royal social media accounts, depicting the Duke with his children, Prince Louis on his knees, and the Princess Charlotte and Prince George standing next to them.

More than two million fans have liked the post on Instagram, which was captioned: “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share a new photo of The Duke with the Prince George, The princess Charlotte and Prince Louis in front of The Duke’s birthday tomorrow. The photo was taken earlier this month by The Duchess.”

In one of the photos, Prince William can be seen rolling in the grass with her children, smiling happily.

Another snap shows Prince William, sharing a warm embrace with his father, the Prince of Wales.

The image was accompanied by a caption reading: “happy father’s day!

“1. The Duke of Cambridge with The Prince of Wales at Sandringham, in December 2019

“2. Michael Middleton with his daughter Catherine

“First picture taken by The Duchess of Cambridge.”

But many fans spotted the Princess Charlotte of the striking resemblance to her late grandmother, Diana.

A shared account a collage of Charlotte image side-by-side with photos of Princess Diana at a young age, writing: “Charlotte looks like Diana here. “

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Because of the current pandemic, Prince William is expected to celebrate his birthday Sandringham Anmer Hall.

Prince William, as well as other members of the royal family, took over in person the missions of the last week.

The socially distant events has seen the Duke to meet with front-line workers who have been fighting the coronavirus pandemic.

In a clip shown on The One Show last month, the Duke praised the key workers ‘efforts saying:” We have made the NHS, frontline staff, rightly, heroes.


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