Photos of Princess Charlotte - level 3

Photos of Princess Charlotte - level 3

04-12-2015 15:00

The Duchess of Cambridge has released two photographs of Princess Charlotte at six months old. The images show the young princess laughing while sat with her cuddly toy dog, and looking off-camera as something catches her eye. The official photographs were taken by the Duchess herself at the family home in Norfolk earlier this month.

It's the first time the young royal has been seen by the public since her christening at St Mary Magdalene church on the Sandringham Estate in July.

Kate is reportedly a keen amateur photographer and previously captured these beautiful portraits of her two young children together when Charlotte was just a few weeks old.

Princess Charlotte was born on 2nd May at the Lindo wing of St Mary's Hospital in London. Her older brother Prince George was also born at the hospital.

The Duchess of Cambridge recently lent her support to a fundraising appeal to upgrade and extend the hospital's children's intensive care unit.

Difficult words: cuddly (soft), christen (to baptize - to be accepted into the church), keen (excited, interested in), wing (part of a building), lend support (to promote, to help, to stand by), appeal (request), extend (to make larger).


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