Princess Charlotte joined her extended royal family today on the balcony at Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s official birthday celebration.
This was her second appearance on the iconic frontage of the London landmark, following last year's debut.
The whole family had gathered to watch the traditional Trooping the Color military fly-past.
Princess Charlotte wore a spot print dress in a signature smock style, which was the same colour as her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate's outfit.
The pink spotted frock featured puff sleeves and a frilly collar. The brand/designer of Charlotte's dress is currently unknown.
The dress was complemented with familiar burgundy accessories. She sported her Amaia Kids Small Hair Bow and Dona Carmen Granate 'Mercedita Suela' shoes with white scallop-trim socks (unidentified).
You may recall Charlotte wore these accessories with her "Farewell Canada" outfit in October 2016 but we assume she now wears the shoes in a larger size.
There are simply too many adorable photos to share on this blog! I recommend you check out Zimbio's collection of images from today's outing.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George stole the limelight as they served as pageboy and flower girl for their Aunt Pippa's wedding.
The bridesmaids and pageboys were dressed in bespoke commissions from Pepe & Co. - a Spanish clothing company specializing in childrenswear. Charlotte looked angelic in a cream ruffled cap-sleeved flower girl dress featuring a blush bow sash over cream tights with beige buckled shoes.
The design was based on this £280 frock from the brand's "Celebration" collection.
On the site you can also find the cream Ceremony Pantyhose (£10).
The dress was coordinated with nude Mary Jane shoes by Papouelli. The British company specializes in children's footwear, and the bridesmaid's wore the 'Angelica' style. The pretty strap shoe has a grosgrain trim and a popper button fastener. Price starts from £69.00.
Prince George's pageboy outfit (£374) is also available to purchase from the Pepe & Co boutique:
The Duchess of Cambridge was on hand to guide the young bridal party into the church ahead of the ceremony.
She also gave them a gentle reminder to be on their best behavior.
More photos of Charlotte and George:
And finally, congratulations to Mr and Mrs Matthews!
In celebration of her 2nd birthday tomorrow, Kensington Palace released this photo of Princess Charlotte taken by her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge at Anmer Hall.
The birthday girl is wearing a yellow knit cardigan from UK department store John Lewis. The John Lewis Baby Luxury Sheep Cardigan has now completely sold out on the retailer’s website, but a coordinating dress, currently reduced to £10, is still available in some sizes.
The bright knit cardigan was coupled with a JoJo Maman Bebe Peter Pan Long sleeve top in the 'Denim Ditsy Floral' print (£12.00). The top is also available as a bodysuit in smaller sizes (up to 3 years), but we believe she's wearing the top.
Charlotte has her fringe clipped back with a navy blue Amaia Kids grosgrain hair bow.
The royal tot has grown significantly since we last saw her over 5 months ago on Christmas Day! The photo of HRH is also the first of 2017. Our next chance to see Princess Charlotte will come in May when she attends her Aunt Pippa's wedding.
Kensington Palace released an official statement regarding the wedding of Princess Charlotte's aunt, Pippa Middleton, who will be marrying James Matthews on 20 May at St Mark's Church, Englefield.
They revealed Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be part of the wedding party before confirming William, Kate and Harry's attendance on the day.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their adorable children celebrated Christmas with the Middleton family this year in Bucklebury.
The royal tots, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were spotted entering the St Marks Church in Englefield, Berkshire with their parents. The occasion marked the children's first Christmas Day church service.
The family of four were dressed in coordinating outfits for the traditional service. Princess Charlotte wore an a-line navy coat with double-breasted front, Peter Pan collar and flap pockets.
The coat also features a half-belt on the back and inverted center pleat. Unfortunatley the brand/designer of the peice is unknown.
Under the coat the little princess wore the same outfit she was seen in for the family's Canadian tour departure on October 1st.
The set includes a burgundy thick knit cardigan from m&h and an unidentified floral printed smocked dress.
She also wore her Amaia Kids Burgundy Hair Bow and a new pair of Condor ribbed tights in a matching burgundy hue.
The ensemble was synchronized with a new pair of navy leather Mary-Jane style shoes (unidentified).
Meanwhile, Prince George was also wrapped up in a traditional-style coat. Both their looks bore a striking resemblance to styles worn by Prince William and Prince Harry in 1986.
Here's a closer look at Prince George's ensemble:
Visit Kate's Closet for a break down of Duchess Kate's outfit.
The Cambridge's gathered with extended Royal family members today for the Queen's annual Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace.
The royal tots, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were spotted en route to the Palace sitting in the back seat next to their mother while their father was behind the wheel and Uncle Harry rode shotgun.
The lunch is a private family affair and photographers can only manage to get snaps of the guests as they enter the gates of the Palace. Unfortunately this means limited photos. We will update the post if more photos emerge.
The Cambridges' eight-day royal tour of Canada came to a close on Saturday afternoon when the family of four arrived at Victoria Harbour seaplane terminal ahead of their departure.
The little prince and princess once again stole the limelight as they smiled and waved at the crowd that had gathered to see them off. Prince George waved enthusiastically with both hands.
Meanwhile younger sister Charlotte smiled sweetly at the adoring crowd and managed a demure royal wave.
The royal tots wore cute co-ordinating outfits in their signature British style.
Charlotte wore a traditional liberty print dress.
The frock has burgundy stitching details in the smocking and burgundy piping around the peter pan collar. The identity of the brand remains unknown.
She coordinated with a burgundy thick knit cardigan from m&h (€20.00) – the exact same style as her m&h pastel pink cardigan.
The burgundy was carried through in her shoes. Charlotte debuted another pair of Doña Carmen Mercedita Suela Mary Janes (€29.95) in the 'Granate' colourway.
She was in a pair of white Condor Ribbed Knit Tights (US$13.00) - a style she has previously worn in pink and blue.
Charlotte's outfit was topped off with one of her signature Amaia Kids grosgrain ribbon small hairbows (£2.50). Today she debuted the hair clip in burgundy.
Here's a look at Prince George's ensemble:
We'll leave you with this photo of the final wave from the Cambridge family.
The sixth day of the Cambridges' Canadian royal visit brought the tour's most eagerly anticipated engagement, the children's party at Government House. Today's event marked Princess Charlotte’s first official royal duty.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George joined 24 children of Canadian military families for a party in the grounds of British Columbia's Government House where they are staying for their week-long tour of Canada. The grounds had been transformed into a children’s paradise for the event with balloon animals, a petting zoo, and even miniature ponies.
The 16-month-old princess ran off as soon as her mother put her down, marking the first occasion the public had seen her walk. She was also heard talking in public for the first time - saying “pop” at the balloons!
For her second appearance of the tour, the adorable princess was back in blue.
Charlotte wore the Classic Handsmocked Dress - Blue and Coral (£74) by Pepa & Co.
The blue hand-smocked dress features coral embroidery on the front and matching stitching on the puff sleeves and peter pan collar. The back sash features one blue and one coral tie.
Over the dress, she layered a blue knit cardigan - a hand-me-down from her big brother! George wore it when he visited Charlotte at the Lindo Wing on the day she was born.
The tag reveals the sweater is by Spanish brand, Mi Lucero.
The front of Charlotte's hair was clipped back with one of her go-to Amaia grosgrain hair bows.
On her feet she wore Condor Purl Cuff Anklet Socks, and a pair of Doña Carmen Mercedita Suela Mary Janes - the same shoes she wore on Saturday.
Here's a look at Prince George's ensemble:
There are simply too many adorable photos to share on this blog! I recommend you check out Zimbio's collection of images from today's outing. We next expect to see the royal tots when the Cambridges leave Canada this Saturday afternoon.
The Royal Tour is underway! The Cambridge family touched down at a military base in Victoria, British Columbia at approximately 4 pm local time to embark on a eight day visit of Canada.
It is the first official royal tour for Princess Charlotte, 16 months, and the second for Prince George, three, who accompanied his parents to Australia and New Zealand in 2014. The family of four were greeted by Governor General David Johnston, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and their wives.
Following the brief welcome at the airport, the royal entourage made their way to Government House where they will be based for the duration of the visit. The young royals will be looked after by their nanny while their parents tour British Columbia and Yukon.
Like the rest of her family, Princess Charlotte was dressed in an all-blue ensemble.
The brand/designer of Charlotte's pretty floral print dress is unknown, but the smock detailing looks very similar to the pink dress she wore earlier this year to the Trooping the Colour balcony appearance. They are most likely from the same source.
The little Princess had on the Condor Fancy Folded Cuff socks.
We can expect to see the princess and her older brother George on Thursday 29th September when the royal siblings attend a children's party for military families at Government House.
It's official! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be joined by their children on their upcoming tour of Canada.
It will be the first official royal tour for Princess Charlotte, 16 months, and the second for Prince George, three, who accompanied his parents to Australia and New Zealand in 2014.
The family of four will touchdown in Victoria, British Columbia on 24th September 2016 ahead of an eight-day visit. They will be based at Government House (the official residence of the Queen's representative in British Columbia) for the duration of the tour.
Kensington Palace is yet to announce if/when Charlotte and George will make an official appearance with their parents. The siblings are, however, expected to attend a children's party for military families at Government House on Thursday 29th September. It will be Charlotte's first official engagement as a member of the royal family, outside of balcony appearances," says the Daily Mail. "But it is hoped that if they are not feeling too jet-lagged the children may undertake another public engagement together in Victoria."
We can also expect to see the young royals when they make their way down the steps of a Royal Canadian Air Force plane on arrival in Victoria.
The children are also likely to be seen boarding the plane when the family leaves Canada on Saturday 1st October.