New photos of Princess Charlotte have been released by Kensington Palace.
The images were taken by her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, earlier this month at their home in Amner in Norfolk.
For the first time, Charlotte - who was last seen publicly in July during her christening - is seen sitting up and laughing.
Previous pictures taken by Kate - a talented amateur photographer - showed Prince George with his sister when she was just two weeks old.
Charlotte has been protected from the public eye by her parents since her birth in May this year, with only the occasional release of official photos.
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Celebrations are underway in the East as the Queen becomes the longest serving monarch in British History.
Her Majesty has close links to the region spending every Christmas on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk and frequently carries out Royal Engagements here as well.
Among the places that have been enjoying the historic day is Bury St Edmunds where a special military tribute will took place this evening.
Click below to watch the full report from ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson
The Queen was still a young princess aged just 25 when she received the news that her father George VI had died in his sleep at his beloved Sandringham in Norfolk.
Her tour of Kenya had to be abandoned and she flew back to Britain as Queen.
We've been taking a look at the huge part that Sandringham has played in her life.
Click below to watch the full report from ITV News Anglia's Natalie Gray
We asked some Norfolk schoolchildren to tell us what they knew about the Queen.
"She's posh, because she's got a nice house and it's gold with big rooms".
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