Princess Charlotte's toys are "hand-me-downs" from older brother Prince George

So sweet. 

So sweet. 

So adorable! Prince William and Duchess Kate shared another photo of their new arrival as well, this one showing the littlest Prince wide-eyed in his white knitted sweater and footed trousers.

While Prince George is used to big brother duties now, for Princess Charlotte becoming an older sister has been a new and exciting role.

In the other photo the royal family shared over the weekend, Prince Louis sits alone, propped up on a pillow and looking contemplatively into the distance. In the first official pictures of Princess Charlotte from the Kensington Palace back in 2015, however, he is the one pictured planting a kiss on his younger sibling's forehead.

Kate and Will didn't take any media questions outside the hospital when they presented Prince Louis to the world, but Will held up three fingers and said, "thrice the worry now".

According to People, the same cardigan, which is from the Spanish brand Fina Ejerique and retails for $52, was worn by Prince George in a photo (embedded below) of Queen Elizabeth with seven of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren that was taken by well-known celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz for the monarch's 90th birthday.

Princess Charlotte is clearly loving being a big sister.

Still, the insider added, "Never say never!"

Princess Charlotte's third birthday came during a busy time, bookmarked by a royal birth and a royal wedding - but that didn't dilute the celebrations.

Prince William and Kate Middleton keep their kitchen as the main hub of their family home in Norfolk.

The baby, born on 23 April and fifth in line to the throne, is seen looking away from the camera. Prince William took him there along with Princess Charlotte to meet their baby brother for the first time.

Are Prince William, 35, and Kate Middleton, 36, calling it quits in the baby-making department?

Recommended News

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.