The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton once again got behind the camera to take the adorable picture of her daughter.
Like her brother, Charlotte was born at St. Mary's Hospital in London, a short drive away from her parents' London base, a lavish 20-room apartment at Kensington Palace.
The photos were taken by the Duchess of Cambridge herself, around the family home Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
However, like her older brother Prince George, three, Kensington Palace have released a new image taken by the Duchess of Cambridge to mark her second birthday.More news: Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Releases First Surface Laptop to Defeat Rivals
The artist formerly known as Kate Middleton photographed her daughter in April at their country compound in Norfolk.
A new photograph has been released to celebrate the birthday of the youngest member of the British Royal family, Princess Charlotte, who turns two on Tuesday.
Charlotte's first birthday was marked with the release of four official photographs by her parents, and royal fans will be hoping more will be issued for the second birthday.
The rosy-cheeked tot is pictured in a yellow knitted cardigan with blue sheep detail and a matching blue bow in her hair.More news: Miley Cyrus thanks fans for 'loving and listening' Malibu
She was also seen cuddling a rabbit and having a pony ride, under the watchful eye of her mother.
Little Charlotte will celebrate her second birthday on May 2, 2017.
And while fans hadn't seen new pics of Charlotte since December, the royal family chose to release a new royal portrait of the 2-year-old one day ahead of her special day. Her big day comes after a public holiday for May Day in the U.K, so her family and friends will have no trouble getting time off to help the royal family toast the little one.
The younger sister of the duchess will have Charlotte serve as a bridesmaid and Prince George as a page boy when she ties the knot with her fiancé, James Matthews, the palace announced last month.More news: UK working to restore hospital systems after cyberattack
He will start school in September.