Princess Charlotte birthday: What is Charlotte’s full name? Is her surname Cambridge?
Princess Charlotte will celebrate her third birthday with her family – including new arrival Prince Louis. With all the attention on the sweet young royal, what is Charlotte’s full name? Is her surname Cambridge?
Princess Charlotte, who is getting used to being a big sister to Prince Louis after the royal baby’s arrival last week, is marking her big day privately with her family.
Kensington Palace tweeted: “Wishing a happy third birthday to Princess Charlotte – thank you all for your lovely messages!”
The royal family’s Twitter account was among those congratulating the princess, saying: “Wishing HRH Princess Charlotte a very Happy 3rd Birthday!”
Even the Goring Hotel, where Charlotte’s mother the Duchess of Cambridge spent the night before her wedding in 2011, expressed their congratulations as they tweeted: “She stole our hearts last week waving from the steps and now we are celebrating her birthday – The Goring wishes Princess Charlotte a Very Happy 3rd Birthday!”
What is Charlotte’s full name? Is her surname Cambridge?
Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge was born in the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London, at 8.34am on Saturday May 2 2015, weighing 8lbs 3oz.
Charlotte is a great-great-great-great-great-grandchild of Queen Victoria.
Princess Charlotte is now the Cambridges’ middle child following the arrival of Prince Louis, who was born on St George’s Day last week.
The past year has seen a number of big changes for Charlotte – with one in particualr, when she started nursery school.
She attends Willcocks Nursery School, close to her Kensington Palace home.
No official photograph has been released to mark the occasion – and Express.co.uk today learned there will not be an image sent out today as Charlotte has only just been seen in public.
She delighted royal fans by waving and leading her father the Duke of Cambridge up the steps of the Lindo Wing when she was taken to meet her new sibling for the first time last week.
Charlotte is also expected to take a starring role as flower girl or bridesmaid when her uncle Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle in just over two weeks’ time.
She has already been a bridesmaid for aunt Pippa Middleton, who wed last May.
The princess has a reputation for being feisty compared to her older brother Prince George.
Her great-grandmother the Queen remarked how Charlotte likes to look after George, and the Duchess of Cambridge has told how the princess is “the one in charge”.
And today, the attention is all on the adorable toddler as she celebrates her third birthday.
The British High Commission in India, other high commissions around the world, and the Royal Yacht Britannia sent celebratory messages to the fourth in line to the throne.
The charity East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH), of which Kate is patron, said: “Wishing a very Happy 3rd Birthday to Princess Charlotte, daughter of our royal patron HRH, The Duchess of Cambridge.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK
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