Since Princess Charlotte was last photographed during her christening in July, the itty-bitty royal has been kept out of the public eye along with her older brother, Prince George. Since her mother, Kate Middleton, has spent much of this fall jumping from one public appearance to the next, Princess Charlotte hasn't exactly been front of mind. But on Sunday, Kensington Palace released two brand-new images of the six-month-old Princess, taken by the Duchess of Cambridge herself at the family's Norfolk estate, Anmer Hall, earlier this month.
The pictures show the Princess propped up in a gingham chair and dressed in the most darling of baby clothes, including a cashmere cardigan, a printed Liberty of London dress and pale pink Amaia Kids tights. But it's the Princess's stuffed animal companion (shown in one of the two photographs, below) that's generating the most chatter. Interested parties and/or Christmas shoppers can purchase the washable Fuddlewuddle Puppy toy, costing £17 (roughly $25) from British company Jellycat — that is, until it sells out across the Internet. (It's sold out on Amazon, but seemingly available here.)
In a statement, the Palace said: "The Duke and Duchess continue to receive warm messages about Princess Charlotte from all around the world and they hope that everyone enjoys these lovely photos as much as they do." They're just the normal, down-to-earth parents who likely keep their baby pictures easily accessible in a specially organized album on their iPhones.