• Princess Charlotte celebrated her 7th birthday with her family at Anmer Hall, a report says
  • Her mother Kate Middleton reportedly made all the food for the party herself
  • Princess Charlotte had a separate birthday bash with her school friends at Kensington Palace

Prince William and Kate Middleton went all out for their daughter Princess Charlotte's 7th birthday festivities.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's only daughter had two separate parties to celebrate turning 7 years old Monday, an unnamed source told Us Weekly.

Princess Charlotte celebrated with her family, including her grandparents on her mother's side, at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, England.

"Kate made all the food herself — mini pizzas, burgers, sausage rolls, hot dogs, fruit wands, sandwiches, multi-colored cupcakes and ice cream for everyone to tuck into," the insider shared.

The Cambridges' country house was filled with balloons, and Princess Charlotte's parents unveiled a unicorn rainbow cake.

Prince William and Middleton also made their daughter's birthday "extra special" by giving her the gift she's "wanted more than anything": a pony.

"[Charlotte] has been taking horse riding lessons for over a year and is obsessed," the source said. "William and Kate know that her passion for riding isn’t a [phase] and finally agreed to buy her one."

The little princess also received other presents, including a scooter and trainers, from her parents, while Charlotte's siblings Prince George, 8, and Prince Louis, 3, surprised their sister with outdoor games such as huge Connect Four and Jenga sets.

Princess Charlotte had a second party with her school friends at Kensington Palace in London, according to the source, who also said that it was the young royal's first birthday celebration with all of her pals.

"[Charlotte is] such a popular little girl and loved every minute of being the center of attention," the tipster continued. "It’s obvious from being around Charlotte that she possesses all the personality traits to excel in her future role. … Being in the public eye comes naturally to her – she rarely feels intimidated or complains about it. It’s something she really enjoys."

A day before Princess Charlotte's birthday, Prince William and Middleton released three new portraits of their daughter. The photos were taken in Norfolk over the weekend by Duchess Kate, who celebrated her 11th wedding anniversary with Prince William Friday.

In the snaps, Princess Charlotte is all smiles as she poses in a field of bluebells near Anmer Hall. One photo showed her hugging the Cambridges' new dog, Orla.

Prince William and Middleton adopted the cocker spaniel into their family from a litter raised by the duchess' brother James Middleton in late 2020 after the death of their beloved dog Lupo.

Last month, an anonymous source told Us Weekly that Princess Charlotte is "sharp and bright as a button" and has been doing well in school. "She is top of her class at reading. She actually enjoys doing homework," the insider said.

In addition to being smart, Princess Charlotte has also developed an interest in acting, emulating her aunt, Meghan Markle, who was an actress and starred in the hit legal drama "Suits" before she met and married Prince Harry in 2018.

Princess Charlotte "loves acrobats and is very into the arts and acting," the source said, adding, "Whenever she gets a chance, she'll put on a performance!"

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LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 29: Princess Charlotte of Cambridge attends the memorial service for the Duke Of Edinburgh at Westminster Abbey on March 29, 2022 in London, England. Patrick van Katwijk/Getty Images