Prince William reveals Princess Charlotte is having a ‘rowdy’ birthday party with loads of her friends coming to celebrate

TODAY is Princess Charlotte’s fourth birthday and the young royal is said to be celebrating in style.

The sweet tot is said to have been spending her birthday throwing a “rowdy party with lots of friends.”

The sweet news was revealed by Gruffalo author Julia Donaldson, who met Prince William today when she received a CBE.

She told ITV after meeting William: "He said it's his daughter's birthday today and he loves the book.

"He reads my stories to his children, and he said he was going to have quite a rowdy party – he's got a lot of children (coming)."

In celebration of Princess Charlotte’s birthday, three charming photos were released by the palace, after being snapped by mum Kate last month.

In the candid photos, Lottie is the spitting image of her great-granny, the Queen, who she affectionately calls Gan-Gan.

In two snaps she wears a £50 Amaia kids tartan skirt while playing in the garden of the family home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk.

In a third picture in the garden at Kensington Palace, Charlotte wears a £70 Lily Rose Betsy dress and £26 Hampton canvas pumps from Trotters.

On a visit to a London mental health charity this week, the Duchess of Cambridge said her daughter loves playing with pink slime.

Prince William previously told Julia Donaldson that the Gruffalo was Princess Charlotte and Prince George's favourite book. 

The popular children’s book was brought out in 1999 and tells the tale of a mouse who encounters a Gruffalo, which is a cross between a buffalo and a bear.

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