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Special surprise: Princess Charlotte gets bangs for her 7th birthday

Princess Charlotte was sure to put a big smile on her face with this birthday present. Her parents bought the seven-year-old a pony.

London – William (39) and Kate (40) know how to make a little princess happy. Her daughter Charlotte (7) was able to look forward to a special birthday surprise this year, which is sure to be the envy of many a girl. The seven-year-old has a cute new animal companion, a pony!

Queen Elizabeth II was photographed in the midst of her horses on her 96th birthday, next year her great-granddaughter could follow in the footsteps of the monarch. A few days ago, Princess Charlotte celebrated her 7th birthday – a celebration that she will probably not soon forget. “Blame” on it is a gift from her parents. As reported by Us Weekly, Prince William and wife Kate gave their daughter a pony! Apparently, having her own horse has been at the top of Charlotte’s wish list for a long time.
24royal.de knows why William and Kate decided to give a pony as a gift right now.

“The present Charlotte wanted more than anything was a pony. She’s been taking riding lessons for over a year and is obsessed,” a palace source told the magazine. It is not known what name the seven-year-old gave her pony, but now nothing should stand in the way of extensive horseback riding. Charlotte shares her love of horses with her brother George (8), who also takes riding lessons.

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