The Royal Family Released A New Photo Of Princess Charlotte For Her Birthday

The picture, taken by her mother, Kate, shows the little princess at home in Norfolk earlier this weekend.

Charlotte smiling and wearing a short-sleeved, flower-print dress

Prince William and Kate Middleton, aka the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, have released a new photo of their daughter, Princess Charlotte, to mark her sixth birthday.

Like most of the pictures of the Cambridge children that are shared with the press, the photo was taken by Kate earlier this weekend at Anmer Hall, the family's home in Norfolk.

Charlotte appears to be standing on a swing in the image, and the photo's background indicates that it's possibly the same swing from a photo the Cambridges shared in June to mark William's 38th birthday.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share a new picture of The Duke with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis ahead of The Duke’s birthday tomorrow. The picture was taken earlier this month by The Duchess.

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Charlotte is the second of the royal couple's three children and their only daughter. She was born on May 2, 2015, and named "Charlotte Elizabeth Diana" in tribute to her great-grandmother the Queen and paternal grandmother, Princess Diana.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge holding Charlotte as an infant

Last year, Charlotte's birthday images — also taken by her mother — showed the little princess delivering homemade pasta and other food items to high-risk people who were self-isolating because of the coronavirus pandemic.

William and Kate recently released a previously unseen photo showing their family — then only a family of four — with the Queen and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

The image was shared along with other family snapshots to honor Philip, who died April 9 at the age of 99.

On Thursday, William and Kate released an intimate family video, featuring the duke and duchess playing with their children, to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary.

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