The Cambridge clan gathered with extended Royal family members today for the Queen's (Gan Gan) annual pre-Christmas luncheon at Buckingham Palace.
The lunch was a private family affair but photographers managed to get some snaps of the guests as they entered the gates of the Palace. Princess Charlotte was spotted en route to the Palace in the back seat of her parents' Range Rover alongside Prince George.
Unfortunately there are no photos showing Charlotte's outfit so it's not possible to make comment about what she wore.
Kensington Palace released a new family portrait of the Cambridge clan this morning which will serve as their official 2018 Christmas card. The photograph, taken by Matt Porteous, shows Prince William, Duchess Catherine, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis casually posing in the gardens of Anmer Hall, and features on the Cambridge family Christmas card this year.
Two family photographs have been released by Clarence House ahead of Prince Charles' 70th birthday tomorrow.
The photos of the Prince of Wales with his family were taken by Chris Jackson in September on the grounds of Clarence House.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George served as bridesmaid and pageboy today at the royal wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.
The young bridesmaids were outfitted in bespoke commissions from Amaia Kids - a London based children's wear boutique.
The sashes match a piece of art titled "Here" by American artist, Mark Bradford.
The girls wore cream tights, with shoes by Papouelli - the the Sienna style in white leather, a classic Mary Jane style with a thin strap and goldtone buckle.
The bridesmaids carried posies with Lily of the Valley and roses, the same flowers found in Princess Eugenie's bouquet.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with Prince George and Princess Charlotte attended the wedding of Sophie Carter, one of Kate's closest friends and Charlotte’s godmother. PEOPLE magazine has exclusive photos:
Prince George was one of four pageboys, while younger sister Princess Charlotte was one of three bridesmaids.
The young bridal party were outfitted in bespoke commissions from Amaia Kids - a London based children's wear boutique.
Princess Charlotte joined her family today for the christening of her younger brother, Prince Louis. It was the first time the Cambridges had been seen as a family of five since the birth of the royal tot in April.
The toddler princess was all confidence as she strolled into her brother’s christening, even stopping for some handshakes.
WHAT CHARLOTTE WORE
DRESS: Amaia Kids 'Shirley' blue floral print smock dress (£85.00).
HEADBAND: Pepa & Co Small Bow Hairband in Light Blue (£7.00).
SOCKS: Condor Purl Cuff Anklet Sock (US$6.49)
SHOES: Doña Carmen Blue 'Mercedita Suela' Shoes (€29.95).
The Cambridges enjoyed a family day out at the Beaufort Polo Club to watch Prince William competing in the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy on Sunday.
There are so many delightful photos of the young royals charging around the grounds of the Polo Club in Gloucestershire. Here are just a few of my favourites.
Princess Charlotte sported the same summer frock she wore last month for a family outing at the Houghton International Horse Trials.
It has regrettably sold out but the brand's 'Amelia' print is still available on a range of styles:
Charlotte wore the Hampton Canvas âPlumâ style shoes in navy - a style she also owns in Rosa pink.
The little princess also wore a pair of shades. They are the John Lewis Children's Pretty Floral Sunglasses (Â£7.00).
Princess Charlotte joined her family today on the balcony at Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s official birthday celebration.
This was her third appearance on the iconic frontage of the London landmark, following her debut in 2016.
The whole royal family had gathered to watch the traditional Trooping the Color military fly-past.
Princess Charlotte wore a blue print dress in a signature smock style, coordinating with her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge's outfit. The brand of the dress is unknown.
The dress was contrasted with burgundy accessories. The deep red shoes were first worn when the Cambridge family arrived in Poland last year, and they were again teamed with Condor Purl Cuff Anklet Socks.
Princess Charlotte was spotted with big brother George and her mum, the Duchess of Cambridge at the Houghton International Horse Trials over the weekend. The eventing were held at Houghton Hall, located only a few miles from their country home at Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
Dressed in pink from top to toe, the young princess was seen eating a strawberry flavored ice-cream. She wore the 'Amelia' floral print cotton dress by The Little White Company ($40 / sold out) with pink 'Hampton' canvas shoes by Trotters.
The 'Amelia' floral print is currently available on a range of styles by The Little White Company.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George stole the limelight as they served as pageboy and bridesmaid for their Uncle Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding.
The royal tots were two of 10 children in the bridal party.
Charlotte looked angelic in her pretty bridesmaid dress. Meghan commissioned her bridal dress designer Clare Waight Keller to also design the six young Bridesmaids’ dresses in the Givenchy Haute Couture Atelier in Paris. The dresses were created to have the same timeless purity as Meghan's dress. Each dress is sculpted in Ivory silk Radzimir, and is high-waisted with short puff sleeves and hand finished with a double silk ribbon detail tied at the back in a bow. The Bridesmaids’ dresses include pockets and pleated skirts to create a relaxed and luxurious silhouette.
The Bridesmaids wore white leather Aquazurra shoes; each pair monogrammed with the Bridesmaids initials, and the wedding date. The shoes were a gift from Ms. Markle to the young ladies as a keepsake of the special day.
The bridesmaids each had flower crowns selected by Prince Harry and Meghan, which have been designed by florist Philippa Craddock. The Bridesmaids' flowers replicated the flowers used in the bridal bouquet.
The four Pages wore a miniature version of the Blues and Royals frockcoat. The uniform draws its insignia from the Blues and Royals, which is an old Regiment of The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry. Both were also wearing Blues and Royals frockcoats for the Wedding Day.
Charlotte appeared to enjoy the day.
Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex!