The royal trio took a day out to watch their father take part in a charity polo match in Tetbury.
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From Prince George's first birthday to Prince Louis' debut photograph, take a look inside the Cambridge's official family photo album.
Princess Charlotte is already a pro at weddings at the ripe age of 3.The princess will reprise her role as a bridesmaid—not a flower girl—in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding at St. George’s Chapel on...
It’s been a busy few weeks for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and today, their second child – Princess Charlotte – celebrates her third birthday. It is the first time the royal tot will spend her big day with her two brothers, Prince George and Prince Louis , at home in Kensington Palace. But her parents needn’t worry that the toddler will squabble with her siblings, as Charlotte has made it pretty clear who’s in charge. Just last week, the three-year-old made history after becoming the first female member of the royal family to gain a right to the crown over her little brother in the ultimate girl power move. Though it’s not the first time the royal tot has proven who’s boss. From her reigning net worth to the toddler’s serious sartorial pulling power , these are all the ways Princess Charlotte is winning at life. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Where to buy Princess Charlotte’s most sought-after outfits A timeline of Princess Charlotte’s most adorable moments Why Prince George and Princess Charlotte won’t use their surname at school
Prince Louis is only a week old, but some royal-watchers suspect that his arrival has left his big sister shortchanged on her birthday.
Princess Charlotte celebrates her third birthday on Wednesday. Last week, she helped welcome a new brother — Prince Louis — into the family. To be a British Princess, you need to be born the daughter of a prince, or you have to marry one.
The five-day-old royal baby has already bumped older family members down a few spots in the competitive line of succession.
From royal connections to family tradition, this is why the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge named their third child Louis.