Kate and William’s royal baby girl: everything about little Princess Charlotte

Princess Charlotte has been at the center of attention since before she came into the world, when rumors claimed that the royal couple would have a baby girl.

The gender of the baby was unknown until her birth and just a few hints suggested that Princess Kate was expecting a girl.

The Duchess was seen wearing pink more often and shades of pink paint were sent to Anmer Hall. She was also seen visiting clothing stores for babies were she looked at items for girl.

Overall, the royal baby was anxiously awaited worldwide, and she kept everybody waiting as she was born on May 2, although the due date was in April.

After Kate and William welcomed their second baby, Kensington Palace announced the Princess’ name on Twitter on May 4 – Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, or “Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge.”

Now we can’t wait for more pictures of Princess Charlotte, Prince George and their parents.

On May 5, Princess Charlotte’s birth certificate was released, and on the same day she was visited by her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II at Kensington Palace.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge left Kensington Palace on May 6 with their children, Princess Charlotte and Prince George for their country home at Anmer Hall.