Prince William and Kate Middleton are fantastic parents to their three precious children. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have two sons, Prince George and Prince Louis, and a daughter, Princess Charlotte. Each one of the children is adorable and has won fans’ hearts. However, Princess Charlotte definitely knows how to attract attention.
The young Princess if growing up very fast and we just can’t get over how perfectly she greets the public with her royal wave. Here’s everything you need to know about Princess Charlotte, including her date of birth and age.
Princess Charlotte’s Date of Birth and Age
Princess Charlotte was born on May 2, 2015. Prince William and Kate Middleton welcomed their baby daughter in at St. Mary’s Hospital in London. The three-year-old’s official title is Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. So, Princess Charlotte is the fourth in the line of succession to the British throne. This is all according to the Succession to the Crown Act, which states that males can no longer take precedence over their older sisters.
Princess Charlotte’s Siblings
Princess Charlotte has an older brother, George Alexander Louis, who is the third in the line of succession after His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales and His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge. William and Kate welcomed their first child on July 22, 2013. Their youngest child, Louis Arthur Charles, was born on April 23, 2018. Prince Louis falls behind Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince George, and Charlotte in the line of succession.
Will Charlotte’s Husband and Children Have Titles?
Even though it is a common misconception that Princess Charlotte’s future husband will receive a ranking title, this isn’t the case. In fact, it is very likely that neither Princess Charlotte’s husband nor her children will not have a regal title. This is so because only the sons and grandsons of the monarch receive honors. Likewise, the duke title is reserved only for the heir apparent, such as the Duke of Cornwall. As the royal titles are inherited through sons, Princess Charlotte’s children won’t have titles, like ‘HRH,’ ‘prince,’ or ‘princess.’ Nevertheless, the reigning monarch has the right to give some kind of lower-ranking title to Princess Charlotte’s children. For instance, Princess Anne was offered courtesy titles for her children by Queen Elizabeth, but she turned down the offer.