#M11681 – 2015 Birth of Princess Charlotte Sheet 4

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Birth of Princess Charlotte Stamp Sheet

Since the birth of Prince George on July 22, 2013, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have stolen our hearts with their precious little family.  The world was delighted to welcome Princess Charlotte on May 2, 2015.  Now, just after her first birthday, you can relive the excitement of her introduction to the world with this souvenir stamp sheet.

Photo-Quality Images Capture Important Family Moments

You not only get a stamp featuring Will and Kate’s newest bundle of joy, but her royal relatives as well.  This sheet features photo-quality images of three generations of Royals.  When you add it to your collection, you’re not just getting beautiful stamps, you’re getting personal snapshots of the Royal Family and some of their happiest moments.

On September 10, 2015, Queen Elizabeth II became the longest reigning monarch in British history.  When she ascended the throne over 63 years ago, she couldn’t have predicted how much her family would grow.  She now has four children, eight grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.  When Princess Charlotte was born, the Queen reportedly said, “We love to have another girl.”  At her 90th birthday celebration, the Queen was surrounded by her family, including Princess Charlotte and big brother Prince George.

A Name Fit for a Princess –

Honoring Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana

When Princess Charlotte was born, there was much public speculation over what the new princess’ name would be.  In the end, William and Kate decided on Charlotte Elizabeth Diana – a moving tribute to William’s beloved mother, Princess Diana.  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge achieved the near impossible in naming their daughter.  They honored both sides of their family, including the Queen herself.  With such a name, little Charlotte is sure to make a great impact on the world, just like her grandmother and great-grandmother.

Chronicle the History of the House of Windsor

The popularity of Princess Charlotte and Prince George has the public already hoping for another Royal birth in the near future.  This souvenir sheet means you can document that history as it’s happening.  Don’t miss out on these lovely mementos of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge.  Add these memorable stamps to your collection today.  You’ll be glad you did.

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Birth of Princess Charlotte Stamp Sheet

Since the birth of Prince George on July 22, 2013, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have stolen our hearts with their precious little family.  The world was delighted to welcome Princess Charlotte on May 2, 2015.  Now, just after her first birthday, you can relive the excitement of her introduction to the world with this souvenir stamp sheet.

Photo-Quality Images Capture Important Family Moments

You not only get a stamp featuring Will and Kate’s newest bundle of joy, but her royal relatives as well.  This sheet features photo-quality images of three generations of Royals.  When you add it to your collection, you’re not just getting beautiful stamps, you’re getting personal snapshots of the Royal Family and some of their happiest moments.

On September 10, 2015, Queen Elizabeth II became the longest reigning monarch in British history.  When she ascended the throne over 63 years ago, she couldn’t have predicted how much her family would grow.  She now has four children, eight grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.  When Princess Charlotte was born, the Queen reportedly said, “We love to have another girl.”  At her 90th birthday celebration, the Queen was surrounded by her family, including Princess Charlotte and big brother Prince George.

A Name Fit for a Princess –

Honoring Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Diana

When Princess Charlotte was born, there was much public speculation over what the new princess’ name would be.  In the end, William and Kate decided on Charlotte Elizabeth Diana – a moving tribute to William’s beloved mother, Princess Diana.  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge achieved the near impossible in naming their daughter.  They honored both sides of their family, including the Queen herself.  With such a name, little Charlotte is sure to make a great impact on the world, just like her grandmother and great-grandmother.

Chronicle the History of the House of Windsor

The popularity of Princess Charlotte and Prince George has the public already hoping for another Royal birth in the near future.  This souvenir sheet means you can document that history as it’s happening.  Don’t miss out on these lovely mementos of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge.  Add these memorable stamps to your collection today.  You’ll be glad you did.