Royal Family supporters hit back after Princess Charlotte's second birthday portrait is targeted by sick trolls

VILE internet trolls slammed an adorable picture of Princess Charlotte's second birthday – sparking a furious response from royalists.

Royal fans were treated to a new picture of the princess on Monday, with the release of a photograph taken last month by Kate to mark the occasion.

But soon after the still was released horrid comments about the beautiful tot were posted on Twitter.

One wrote: "Prince George is one ugly child and Princess Charlotte is even uglier. I hate children."

Another said: "Just me that thinks princess Charlotte is kind of ugly?"

The Princess also came under fire for her "middle-aged blow dry and her inherited privilege".

But proud royal supporter Sharon Harvey leapt to the two-year-old's defence.

In a Facebook post she wrote: "I think Princess Charlotte and Prince George are absolutely adorable.

"Some people are so nasty. If you don't like the royals just do one and stay quiet. They are just children.

"I hope you're all proud of yourselves."

Charlotte was pictured smiling and enjoying the outdoors, wearing a yellow knitted cardigan, decorated with a sheep motif, and sporting a navy clip in her hair.

It was the first time the princess has been seen since Christmas, when she was photographed as she was taken to a church service close to the home of her grandparents Carole and Michael Middleton in the Berkshire village of Bucklebury.



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Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, holding Princess Charlotte in June 2016Credit: AP:Associated Press

Will and Kate gathered family – including the Middleton grandparents – at Anmer Hall for a low-key bash to mark her second birthday.

Charlotte's privacy has been carefully guarded by her parents and during the past year she has only been seen in public on a handful of occasions.

William and Kate followed a trend they set with their daughter's first birthday, when they released four official photographs.

In a statement on Monday Kensington Palace said: "The Duke and Duchess are very pleased to share this photograph as they celebrate Princess Charlotte's second birthday.

"Their Royal Highnesses would like to thank everyone for all of the lovely messages they have received, and hope that everyone enjoys this photograph of Princess Charlotte as much as they do."

The young royal was first photographed on the day of her birth – May 2 2015 – when Kate held her daughter outside the private maternity wing of St Mary's hospital in Paddington, central London, where the princess was delivered.

She was named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana in tribute to her grandmother Diana, Princess of Wales and her great-grandmother the Queen.

The Cambridges will be spending more time at Kensington Palace in London when William leaves his air ambulance helicopter pilot job in the summer and devotes more time to royal duties.


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