Princess Charlotte

Australia is part of the British Monarchy, there are no two ways about it. I am one of those people that welcome it. No they are not perfect, but there is a stability in their long years at the reign, and if our government was solely in-charge…well, I shudder to think what our country would be.

I remember eating dinner with mum, wearing paper crowns and animatedly commenting when William and Kate got married. The next day I spent over an hour going over every detail with my best friend, watching it again after I taped it on my handheld video camera.

I remember oohing and aahing when we got our first looks at Prince George. For the first time in my generation (and my mother’s generation), we were seeing our future Kings.

So when Princess Charlotte came along, I was equally excited. I was awake and watching the live UK news when we got our first glimpses of her as Kate and Will were getting ready to leave the hospital. She didn’t look much like any of them yet.

But that’s all changed now.

About two hours ago, The British Monarchy released official photos of 6-month old Princess Charlotte. Already their official Facebook page (HERE) has about 10,000 comments, and I’m sure that will grow quickly when the rest of the world wakes up.

Here they are:

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She looks so much like her brother, but very much like her mother. The dark brown hair is so Kate, and those eyes are just mesmerising.

Comment below what you think of our little Princess.

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