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Coronavirus: Charlotte takes food to those in need as she turns five
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2 May 2020
On 2 May 2020 BBC News reported:
New photos have been released to mark Princess Charlotte's fifth birthday, showing her delivering homemade care packages to those in need during the coronavirus crisis. She has helped her family take food to the elderly and vulnerable in Norfolk. The young royal joined her parents, the Duke of Cambridge and the Duchess, and brothers Prince George and Prince Louis to make the deliveries, likely to be close to the family home of Anmer Hall, on the Queen's Sandringham estate. The family spent several hours making fresh pasta before delivering it.
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