Princess Charlotte hits huge royal milestone with birthday present, says experts

PRINCESS CHARLOTTE will celebrate her birthday tomorrow during lockdown at Anmer Hall in Norfolk as the young Cambridge turns five.

PUBLISHED: 18:20, Fri, May 1, 2020 | UPDATED: 18:21, Fri, May 1, 2020

Princess Charlotte, 4, is the second child of Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William. The young princess will have to postpone birthday celebrations with friends and family until after the lockdown is lifted but is likely to speak to her great-grandmother, the Queen, over a video cal. Ahead of the day, royal experts have questioned what gifts Charlotte is likely to receive and whether she old enough to mark her milestone age with a very grown-up present.

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Speaking on the Royally Obsessed podcast, Ms Fiorito said: "I think at the age of five it's ok for her to start maybe wearing a moderate amount of jewellery.

"Not a lot but she is royalty so, I was thinking maybe a horseshoe necklace?

"Something like that."

Ms Bowie added: "She seems like a very grown-up five-year-old to me.

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Princess CharlottePrincess Charlotte turns five on Saturday (Image: GETTY)

Princess CharlottePrincess Charlotte is the second child of Kate and William (Image: SPLASH)

"She's so tall and they seem very grown up."

Ms Fiorito added: "I went down the rabbit hole and I was like, are five-year-olds allowed to wear jewellery?

"I think they are but it might only stay on them for 15 minutes or it might break.

"But I also feel like Charlotte could handle it."

Princess CharlottePrincess Charlotte is currently in lockdown at Anmer Hall (Image: PA)

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