New photo of Princess Charlotte released in honor of 2nd birthday

Jay Jacobs
May 15, 2017

Just hours after Kensington Palace released a photograph celebrate the royal toddler's second birthday, visits to the website of United Kingdom department store John Lewis spiked, as parents desperately tried to add the embroidered yellow cardigan to their shopping basket. From the day she was born to her most exciting Christmas yet, scroll through to see Princess Charlotte's most adorable pictures.

The new photo was taken in April by her mother on the grounds of the family's countryside home in Norfolk, England.

A photograph of Princess Charlotte has been released by Kensington Palace to mark her second birthday on Tuesday.

Better still the image was captured by her mother, Duchess Kate - a budding amateur photographer.

"The royal family would like to thank you all for the nice messages it has received and hope you like it as much as this photo, " said Kensington Palace in another tweet.

She's wearing a gorgeous knitted cardigan with sheep on it.

She traveled on her first royal tour in September, and the world got their first glimpse at her fun and independent personality during her first public playdate in Canada.

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I had to do a double take to one: make sure it was actually 7-7, and two, to discover it was only the fifth inning. I mean, we still have a crappy record. "You guys can still do it ... the only problem is we fired Jimy Williams'".

Duchess Catherine has quite the eye for photography and also snapped the official photos used to celebrate her daughter's first birthday previous year.

"She said that Charlotte is growing up really fast".

Charlotte is fourth in line for the throne, behind Prince Charles (her grandfather), Prince William and Prince George.

The princess has one elder sibling, Prince George, aged 3. Many royal fans are pointing out that she even looks just like her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, in the pic!

They too were taken by Kate and revealed that little Charlotte was already walking, as she pushed a toy trolley full of colourful bricks.

After moving to London, Prince George will be schooled at the private Thomas's Battersea school, his sister, probably, will be sent to a nursery later this year. He will devote more time to royal duties.

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