Royal children are photographed from the moment they leave the hospital in the arms of their mothers. Later, royal babies pose in front of the camera for official portraits, which are the first to go around the world of the little ones royals.
In recent years, with the Royal Family increasingly present on social media, princes and princesses in their childhood have become protagonists. Watching them grow up within the monarchy is, for followers of royalty, exciting. That is why now, after the visit of the little ones from Cambridge to the theater, we take a look at the portraits that have been taken in their first months or years of life.
Prince Charles, 1949
The then Princess Elizabeth poses at Buckingham Palace with Prince Charles in April 1949, a few months before her first birthday.
Princess Ana, 1951
The then Princess Elizabeth poses with Prince Charles and Princess Anne in 1951.
Prince William, 1982
Before Christmas, Prince Charles and Princess Diana of Wales were photographed at Kensington Palace with baby Prince William.
Prince Harry, 1985
Princess Diana of Wales poses with her children, Princes William and Harry in Kensington Palace in front of the piano.
Prince George, 2014
The photograph shared by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Prince and future King George’s first birthday at the Natural History Museum.
Princess Charlotte, 2015
The official photo of Princess Charlotte’s christening at Sandringham, with her parents and big brother, Prince George.
The Queen’s Grandchildren, 2016
Famous photographer Annie Leibovitz took a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II with all her grandchildren and great-grandchildren on her 90th birthday.
Prince Louis, 2018
The Duchess of Cambridge poses with her son Prince Louis on the day of his christening at St. James’s Palace.
Prince Archie, 2019
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Dukes of Sussex, pose with their first son Prince Archie, for the official portrait of his christening.