Like her brother, Charlotte was born at St. Mary's Hospital in London, a short drive away from her parents' London base, a lavish 20-room apartment at Kensington Palace.
Princess Charlotte photographed by her mother Kate the Duchess of Cambridge.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, shared a picture of their youngest child, Princess Charlotte, in honor of her second birthday on Monday.
A handsome, elegant photo, taken by her mother who is known to have become quite a photographer in recent years, sharing her shots on Twitter rather than using paid photographers. The daughter of Kate Middleton and Prince William will celebrate her second birthday Tuesday.
"The royal family would like to thank you all for the nice messages it has received and hope you like it as much as this photo, " said Kensington Palace in another tweet.
Charlotte appears to have inherited her mother's glossy hair genes, with her sun-kissed, brunette, shoulder-length locks neatly brushed and pinned to the side in the photograph.
We have a feeling Royal-philes will adore this new photo.
According to BBC, the Royal Family will host a birthday celebration for the little princess, which seems like a great idea considering how much she loves balloons.
The then 17-month-old Princess Charlotte attended the engagement with her family, which was held at the grounds of Government House in Victoria for military families and their offspring. And in an exclusive interview with HELLO! at the time, a representative for the brand opened up the demand of the royal children.
She's just a bit behind big brother George, who will turn 4 at the end of July.
Making another appearance on Christmas day at church, Charlotte matched her mom's burgundy outfit in a navy coat paired with maroon tights and a dress.
Princess Charlotte's life spans just two years, but what a remarkable life it is. Prior to that, the Princess was photographed during a trip to Canada with her parents.
The pair made headlines a fortnight ago when they joined Prince Harry to candidly discuss the impact of Princess Diana's death on her young sons.
George will be schooled at the private Thomas's Battersea school in September and it is likely his sister will be sent to a nursery later this year.