Palace releases first official photos of Britain's Princess Charlotte, taken by her mother
Howard Alexander - News Editor
This image made available by Kensington Palace Saturday, June 6, 2015, taken by Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, at Anmer Hall, eastern England in mid-May 2015 shows Britain's Princess Charlotte, right, being held by her brother, 2-year-old, Prince George.
Image Credit: Duchess of Cambridge
June 07, 2015 - 12:56 PM
LONDON - Britain's royal family has released the first official photos of month-old Princess Charlotte, photographed by her mother in the arms of elder brother Prince George.
Kensington Palace issued four images Saturday, taken by the Duchess of Cambridge in mid-May at Anmer Hall, the family's home in eastern England.
They show Charlotte propped on a pillow, cradled by George, who turns 2 in July. Charlotte wears a white sweater, the prince a white top trimmed in blue.
Britain's royals have been photographed by some of the world's leading photographers. But Prince William and Kate are continuing a more informal tradition begun two years ago with the first official portrait of Prince George, taken by his grandfather Michael Middleton.
Charlotte was born May 2 and is fourth in line to the throne.
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