As the younger sibling of the future king and the first girl to be born into the direct line of succession since 1950, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana was a celebrity before she was even born.
Luckily, for the moment, she’s blissfully unaware of the very public future that awaits her. Life doesn’t extend outside of Anmer Hall, where she’s encircled in the love of her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, nee Kate Middleton, and big brother Prince George.
The couple moved there shortly after Charlotte’s birth, where they have been happily nesting away from the glare of the media.
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Prince William, who is currently on paternity leave, will head to work with the East Anglian Air Ambulance in June. He’s also continuing his royal duties. The prince will travel to Switzerland on May 18 in his role as president of United for Wildlife.
Kate’s focus, meanwhile, will be entirely on baby. The devoted mom is unlikely to return to work until fall in order to maximize these few precious months with her “two under two.”
Royal fans shouldn’t despair, though! Hello! correspondent Judy Wade reveals we might get a glimpse of the duchess at the Queen’s official birthday celebration, the Trooping the Colour in June. Charlotte’s first portrait with her family will also take place in the coming weeks. There’s also the princess’s christening to look forward to.
For more information on Charlotte’s happy home life – including Kate’s plan to get back into shape, whether or not they’ll hire another nanny and all about the new princess’s personal protection officers – pick up the new issue of Hello! Canada, on newsstands May 14, where we answer your 14 burning questions about the new princess.