In the new pictures released by Kensington Palace of little Princess Charlotte on Sunday, the toddler is seen wearing a printed floral dress. The pictures have been clicked by her mother Kate Middleton, instead of hiring a professional photographer. The photographs were a way of saying thank you to royal fan and media by the Duchess of Cambridge and her husband Prince William.

In the first picture, Charlotte sits on a green and yellow armchair and looks at something. As her father once described her as very “lady-like,” she sits upright in the armchair. She is dressed in a pale pink floral printed dress by Liberty.

The little royal aired her dress with a pink cashmere cardigan and matching tights. Her dress featured white ruffled collar. Her ribbed knit tights are from Amaia Kids, one of Kate’s go-to labels for her children.

The designer Amaia Arrieta said Charlotte looked cute and just like her brother George, People reports. She confirmed that the tights were from her label but the dress looked very European.

In the second picture Charlotte is seen smiling and giggling at her toy dog as she clutches her feet. The fuzzy toy also in pale pink is by British company Jellycat. The toy is the washable Fuddlewuddle Puppy and costs 17 pounds (AU$35.32).

Smaller and larger versions of the same toy are on sale from between 11 pounds (AU$22.85) to 30 pounds (AU$62.32). “Adorable, loveable, squidgeable, irresistibly silky-soft and huggable: Fuddlewuddle Puppy, its undoubtable, is completely and utterly un-put-downable,” the company describes the toy on its website.

Jellycat was started by brothers William and Thomas Gatacre in 1999. William Gatacre was delighted to see that the cuddly dog is in the royal toybox. “That’s our Fuddlewuddle Puppy. The pictures look lovely,” he confirmed, according to Hello.

The pictures of the British royal baby were taken at the family's country home Amner Hall, in Norfolk. They were released by Kensington Palace via its official twitter account. The portraits of the baby that were clicked in early November were released to mark Charlotte turning six months old.

The palace told in a statement that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been receiving warm messages about Charlotte from all around the world, and they hoped that everyone would enjoy the pictures.

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