Princess Charlotte Is All Grown Up in Candid Fourth Birthday Portraits

Princess Charlotte taken by her mother Catherine Duchess of Cambridge at Kensington Palace in April to mark her fourth birthday on Thursday May 2nd 2019

Princess Charlotte taken by her mother Catherine Duchess of Cambridge at Kensington Palace in April to mark her fourth birthday on Thursday May 2nd 2019

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have unveiled three new photos for Princess Charlotte's fourth birthday, which she'll mark on Thursday (May 2) - and we can't believe how different Charlotte looks compared to this time a year ago! She appears to be wearing hand-me-down plimsolls from her older brother Prince George.

In these latest photos Princess Charlotte looks remarkably like her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, who turned 93 in April.

According to the palace, the adorable shots were photographed by the Duchess of Cambridge, who has a passion for art and photography. She sports a floral dress with blue canvas shoes in one and a grey sweater with a kilt in two others. In this photo her hair is half up and half down, and you can see just the hint of a ribbon.

While the birthday girl is often seen in her Sunday best at official royal events, these pictures offer an inside look at the shenanigans that Charlotte gets up to in the comfort of her home.

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Like Charlotte, Kate released exclusive photos of the boys for their birthdays.

Charlotte is the second child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, a and sister to Prince George and Prince Louise.

The mini royals are awaiting the arrival of a new cousin as their uncle Prince Harry, 34, is expecting to have his first child with wife Meghan Markle, 37, any day now.

As mentioned, this isn't the first time Kate has taken photos of her children. Charlotte resembles both her parents very strongly.

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