First Official Princess Charlotte Picture To Be Released, Was Snapped By Kate Middleton

The first official image of Princess Charlotte is set to be released on Saturday, and it has allegedly been taken by the Duchess of Cambridge herself, Kate Middleton.

Kensington Palace took to their Twitter account to confirm that the image would arrive on Saturday afternoon while also teasing that the batch of pictures will include both Princess Charlotte and her older brother, Prince George.

Meanwhile, the Daily Mail reported that the impending four pictures have been taken by the Duchess of Cambridge, who is a budding amateur photographer, at the home she shares with her children and Prince William in Norfolk, Anmer Hall. The first picture of Princess Charlotte is set to be uploaded at 9 p.m. GMT time (4 p.m. EST), while another image of the siblings will then follow at 10 p.m.

The first official image of Prince George, who will turn 2 in July, was actually taken by Kate Middleton’s father and George’s grandfather, Michael Middleton. It’s believed that they were taken around two weeks ago, and the Duchess of Cambridge isn’t believed to feature in a single one.

Meanwhile, the Royal Twitter account also uploaded a number of messages that thanked all of the well-wishers for their barrage of support since Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana had been born.

The account also encouraged those of you who want to join in the celebration of Princess Charlotte’s birth to donate money to a local children’s charity.

[Photo by John Stillwell – WPA Pool/Getty Images]