The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's daughter, Princess Charlotte, celebrated her fifth birthday on 2 May 2020 and she was captured volunteering with her family to deliver food parcels to vulnerable and elderly people in Sandringham during the coronavirus lockdown. Charlotte was born at the Lindo Wing in 2015 and is the younger sister of Prince George. We've seen plenty of cute and funny moments from the Princess in the past five years, including a royal wave as she arrived to meet her younger brother, Prince Louis, and sticking her tongue out at her grandfather, Michael Middleton.
Let's take a look at other royals at the same age, including Charlotte's big brother, Prince George, their own mum Kate and their great-grandmother, the Queen.
Mia Tindall is one of the cutest royals around. The eldest daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall always looks like she's having a whale of a time, whether she's playing with her parents at Gatcombe Park, or bonding with her adorable cousins including Savannah and Isla Phillips. The little royal turned five in January 2019, just months after she became a big sister to Zara and Mike's second child, baby Lena.
Prince William and Kate's son turned five in July 2018, with the family marking the day in private on holiday in Mustique. Prince George's siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were on hand to celebrate the big day.
The Cambridges may have spent the day out of the public eye, but Kensington Palace always acknowledges royal children's birthdays by releasing at least one official portrait. In 2018, George was pictured in the grounds of Clarence House, posing against a brick wall. He flashed a big smile in the photo taken by Matt Porteous following Prince Louis' christening.
Even as a little girl, the Queen looked regal!
Prince Harry was always destined to serve in the Army, even from a young age!
Do you recognise Prince Charles, aged five? The future King plays with his pet corgi at home.
The adorable five-year-old is pictured at school, with his big brother Prince William and mum Diana.
While there aren't many photos of Princess Diana as a young girl, given than she was not yet a royal, this picture was taken in 1965, when she was four years old.
Prince Andrew looks out from his home in Buckingham Palace.
Princess Beatrice is just too cute, feasting on her candyfloss! Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York's elder daughter was attending the Royal Windsor Horse Show in her smart equestrian outfit.
How smart does Prince Edward look in his winter coat, wearing a poppy in November 1969? The little boy was looked after by his governess Lavinia Keppel, who is pictured in the background.
How adorable do Peter Phillips, aged five, and his younger sister Zara look? Little cherubs!
Zara Phillips took after her mum Princess Anne from a young age, going on to compete in the Olympic Games and winning a silver medal. Here, five-year-old Zara is pictured at the Windsor Horse Trials.
William pictured at a polo match in Cirencester, just days after his fifth birthday.
Like her mother the Queen, Princess Anne started horse riding from a young age. Here, the Princess Royal is pictured one month after her fifth birthday during the family's summer holiday in Balmoral.
How sweet does Prince William look, holding onto his mum's hand?
Princess Beatrice and her younger sister Princess Eugenie were treated to the premiere of A Little Princess in February 1996. Eugenie was about to turn six.
A five-year-old Princess Eugenie looking a little sleepy after the Christmas Day church service in 1995.
At five and a half years old, the Countess of Wessex's daughter, Lady Louise Windsor, made her debut at Trooping the Colour.
Louise is the firstborn child of Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex, and the Queen's second youngest grandchild.
James slides down the helter skelter at the Windsor Horse Show in May 2013.
Princess Anne enjoys a day out with her eldest grandchild Savannah Phillips, the elder daughter of Peter and Autumn Phillips.
Isla Phillips, the younger daughter of Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn, is pictured on Christmas Day last year, attending church in Sandringham with the rest of the royal family.