Princess Charlotte is ready for her audience with the Queen!
Queen Elizabeth II has arrived at Kensington Palace to meet her new great-granddaughter Princess Charlotte, the BBC reports.
The British monarch, 89, missed Charlotte’s birth on Saturday as she was away in Yorkshire for a royal engagement. She did, however, take the chance to wear a hot pink ensemble, possibly as a nod to the arrival of the new princess.
Princess Charlotte has been the center of attention at Kensington Palace since she was welcomed home on Saturday.
A procession of visitors, including Charlotte’s grandparents Carole and Mike Middleton and Prince Charles and Camilla, were among the first to see the little princess on Sunday.
Now, she’s ready for her biggest meeting yet – with great-granny.
It’s believed William, Kate and their children will then head to their country home of Anmer Hall.
The secluded 10-bedroom mansion, which is 110 miles north of London, is the perfect place for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to spend time with Prince George and his new little sister.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have also formally registered the birth of Princess Charlotte.
The Duke of Cambridge signed the birth register at Kensington Palace on Tuesday afternoon.
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