Princess Charlotte shows she is a big girl by walking for 1st birthday picture

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Princess Charlotte is one year old on 2 May and in new pictures taken by mum Kate and released on Sunday, the adorable fourth-in-line to the throne showed off just how big she is by walking with a toy stroller at her parent's home in Norfolk.

Dressed in a pink floral dress with a lace peter pan collar, a pink cardigan and Early Days 'Emma' shoes, the adorable princess looked delighted with herself as she pushed the Pintoy walker with alphabet blocks through the large gardens. The princess' precious look was completed with a pink bow clip in her dark brunette hair.

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The adorable princess smiled for mum Kate, who took the four snaps

Although her big brother, Prince George, was nowhere to be seen, the Duke and Duchess's pet dog, Lupo can be seen playing in the background.

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The other photos released prior to the princess's first birthday on Monday show the adorable little girl dressed all in blue while playing in the living room.

Kensington Palace shared the photo on Twitter, confirming that it was indeed Kate who took the photos of her daughter playing outside their Anmer Hall home in Norfolk. They wrote: "The Duchess took these pictures of her daughter in April at their home in Norfolk.

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Princess Charlotte will turn one on Monday

"The Duke and Duchess are happy to be able to share these family moments, ahead of their daughter's first birthday."

The Duchess, who is a keen photographer, also took the first official solo photos of Princess Charlotte back in November, which showed her laughing while playing with a teddy bear.

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Fans of the royal family have been looking forward to the release of more photos of the princess. Charlotte's last official photo was in April, when she sat with her great grandmother Queen Elizabeth II for a portrait of Her Majesty with her grandchildren and great-children in celebration of her 90th birthday.

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