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Kate released smiling photo of Princess Charlotte’s ninth birthday

  • Kensington Palace shares Princess Charlotte’s ninth birthday photo
  • Photo taken by Princess of Wales, captioned by palace
  • Royal siblings’ birthdays marked with family photographs

Kensington Palace has published an additional photograph of Princess Charlotte on her ninth birthday. 

The palace captioned the social media post with the following: “Happy Ninth Birthday, Princess Charlotte! I would like to extend my sincere appreciation for all the kind messages received today. 

The Princess of Wales was the photographer of the image. 

A week ago, social media platforms also distributed a new photograph of the individual in question, her younger sibling, Prince Louis. On April 23, the Princess of Wales, who also captured the image, published it to commemorate the child royal’s sixth birthday.

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Prince George, the eldest child of William and Kate and the second-in-line to the throne after his father will celebrate his eleventh birthday on July 22. 

The family has experienced a turbulent period over the past few months due to the cancer diagnoses of both Kate and King Charles. 

The future monarch declared her initiation of preventative chemotherapy in March via Instagram video message. 

Charlotte, who is third in line to the monarchy, is a dance enthusiast who attends the coeducational private Lambrook School in Berkshire, close to Ascot. Her particular passions are ballet and tap. 

In contrast to her older sibling George, Charlotte is known for her spirited nature. The Princess of Wales has characterized Charlotte as “the one in charge.” 

Elizabeth and Diana, Charlotte’s middle names, are bestowed upon her by the late Queen and her grandmother, Princess Diana. 

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