Five years ago, on 2 May 2015, Prince William and Kate welcomed their second child- a daughter, Princess Charlotte. Last night, to mark her special day, proud parents shared four photos of the young Princess.
The birthday snaps, taken by mom Kate, show Charlotte delivering food to the vulnerable.
The photos were taken as the Cambridges packed and delivered food to isolated pensioners; who have been prevented from leaving their homes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Charlotte photos follow a string of new portraits Kate took of Louis to mark his 2nd birthday last week.
Louis was captured making a rainbow handprint picture to put in the windows of Anmer Hall in a tribute to NHS workers. And it is obvious that Princess Charlotte photos are community-focussed too. She has showed her support in these difficult times by helping pack supplies and food for people who are quarantining.
Although William and Kate are isolating and not having public engagements, they still want to reassure the Britons they are still doing their part in this fight.
On Louis Birthday, the family of five made a surprise appearance as they joined the nation in clapping for NHS.
And of course, confident Charlotte was the first one to start the clapping.
Alison Ward, body language expert told Express.co.uk: “Bless Charlotte, she couldn’t wait to get out front to do her job of starting off the clapping for all our key workers and front line people.
“The royal couple are clearly teaching her the importance of following a job through. And doing it well to be of service to the nation.”
“Princess Charlotte looks behind her to check her at one point to check her family are all doing a good job of clapping and following her lead.”
Alison added: “Charlotte is being brought up to be a strong, assertive woman for sure.”