Charlotte, along with her family, helped deliver handmade pasta to those in need in Norfolk.
Even though the world is witnessing hard times, the Royal Family has had several reasons to celebrate in the past few weeks.from Prince William and Kate Middleton recently commemorating their ninth wedding anniversary to Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Louis turning 94 and two, respectively.
Despite being miles away on Charlotte's special day, the Queen is reportedly expected to attend the young royal's Zoom party on Saturday (May 2) - hosted by parents Kate and Prince William.
In one photo, Charlotte is pictured knocking on a resident's door while holding a package of homemade pasta, and royal fans have noticed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's reflection can be seen in the glass panel of the door (via Hello!).
They wrote: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share four new photographs of Princess Charlotte ahead of her fifth birthday tomorrow".
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In another, Charlotte is standing on the steps of St George's Chapel and waving after Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding.
They will be spending the day at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, the Cambridges' Georgian country house close to the Queen's residence at Sandringham.
The darling moment was captured by keen photographer Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, to commemorate Charlotte's fifth birthday. Check out Charlotte's cute photos below.
Around 1,000 meals were dispensed in the first week alone, and the scheme has been running for five weeks so far.
Last month, Charlotte's great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth, the world's oldest and longest-serving monarch, turned 94.