Kate Middleton & Prince William Officially Register Princess Charlotte's Birth (PHOTO)

Princess Charlotte

Cuteness overload! We just can't get enough of newborn Princess Charlotte this week. The newest little royal was born to Prince William and Kate Middleton on Saturday, May 2, and the couple has now officially registered her birth.

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This little baby has had quite a busy week! After being born nearly 2-weeks late, she had to make herself presentable for the press just hours after being evicted from the royal womb. Thankfully, her mother is Kate Middleton, and that woman is boss when it comes to being fabulous.

On Tuesday, May 5, the 3-day-old had yet another big day. She not only met her great grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, she was registered as a royal princess.

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The official Twitter account for the royal family tweeted out the image of Princess Charlotte's birth registration (which is public record), and even though it doesn't really give any new information, it's neat to see it all recorded.

I think my favorite part is listing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's occupations -- Prince and Princess of the U.K. Hey, it's a busy job! Also interesting that "Princess" is listed as part of Charlotte's name ... I wonder if that means her unofficial first name is literally "Princess"?

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After the very official business of being registered, Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana got to meet her great grandmother, whom she is partially named after. The 89-year-old matriarch made her way to Kensington Palace on Tuesday afternoon to spend some time with her fifth great grandchild.

What a joyous day for the family!

Do you like Princess Charlotte's name?

 

Image via INFphoto.com

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