The Duchess of Cambridge made the confession to a young royal fan in Keswick, Cumbria.
The Duchess of Cambridge's love of the arts is well documented. In recent years, the Duchess has also become a photography enthusiast, sharing personal photographs of her children on special occasions, from birthdays to first days of school. On 2nd May Kensington Palace shared a set of pictures the Duchess had taken of her daughter Princess Charlotte to celebrate her fourth birthday.
To mark Princess Charlotte's fourth birthday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released three new portraits of their daughter. And while royal fans were delighted to see just how much Charlotte has grown, they couldn't decide who the little girl looks like the most out of all her family members. After Kensington Palace posted the photos on Instagram, comments soon followed, with one person writing: "She looks like William, who looks like Diana," while another said: "She looks just like William." Others thought Charlotte looked more like the Queen. "So adorable. She looks just like Queen Elizabeth," one wrote. "Eyes and brow of Queen Elizabeth, and the rest William/Diana." Another fan couldn't decide which one she looked like the most, concluding: "She looks like William and Queen Elizabeth."Some people think Princess Charlotte looks like the QueenMORE: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's cutest moments togetherThe three pictures were released on the eve of Charlotte's birthday, and were taken both at Kensington Palace and the Cambridge family's country home, Anmer Hall. In one of the photos, Charlotte is wearing a pretty Liberty print smock dress from British childrens designer Trotters. In the other two pictures, the little girl has been photographed in the family's garden at Anmer Hall, this time dressed in a Yarrow tartan dress from Amaia Kids, a childrens' clothing boutique in Chelsea. In one image, Charlotte is perching on the fence, and the third she has been captured running across the garden. All of Princess Charlotte's cutest momentsREAD: Princess Eugenie shares rare photo of her new favourite hobby"It’s wonderful to see the young Princess wearing a dress designed by and made exclusively for Trotters using an iconic British fabric from Liberty along with our much loved Hampton Canvas footwear," Sophie Mirman, Founder and CEO of Trotters told HELLO!. "It is thrilling for a small family business like Trotters to receive such fabulous support."Who do you think Princess Charlotte looks like?Charlotte has a busy year ahead of her as she is set to start school in September. Prince William and Kate are determined to give their children as normal an upbringing as possible, and while their children only make several public appearances, their proud parents often talk about them during their public engagements.Charlotte is growing up so fast!On Wednesday, Kate revealed that Charlotte adores playing with slime. While Kate was at the centre's interconnecting Pears Family School, the mother-of-three enjoyed having a conversation with a little girl called Narriyah about the popular children's craze. She told her: "Charlotte, my daughter, she dropped hers on the floor and it was pink and ended and brown and covered in so much mud. It ends up all gooey, doesn't it?"Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.
While the Royal Family have embraced the digital age, all of the senior members do not have their own personal social media accounts. As the younger generation of royals, such as Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, will they be at a disadvantage with their peers, if they aren't able to engage on their own Instagram or Twitter platforms? Our experts discuss on The Royal Box.
Introducing The Royal Box, Yahoo UK’s brand new show on all things royal. Presented by Kate Thornton, episode four features royal historian Victoria Howard and etiquette expert Liz Brewer, who discuss how lonely royal life can be and dissect the growing celebrity circles the younger royals mix in. Kate also talks to double amputee and former royal marine Ben McBean, who shared his return flight home from Afghanistan with Prince Harry and has maintained a relationship with the royal ever since. Mr McBean looks back on his own time in the army and traumatic end to his tour. He also discusses Prince Harry’s unbiased treatment and what the royal has done for veterans since leaving the army himself. Plus, we look at what the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have in the diaries for the next few weeks.