Princess Charlotte's lesson in royal public appearances from the Queen

18 June, 2018, 22:04 | Author: Dominic Spencer
  • Royal Family during Trooping the Colour

Princess Charlotte has already been compared on numerous occasions to her "Gan Gan", with her likeness to a young Queen Elizabeth pointed out frequently.

It seems the moment is something of a family prank; throw back to 1990 and photographs show Prince Harry doing exactly the same during a Buckingham Palace balcony appearance, aged six. After shedding a few tears, the Royal went on to enjoy the Trooping of the Colours. While watching her husband Prince William play in the match, the duchess wore a $70 shirtdress from Zara (that sold out immediately).

By the time she visited Poland and Germany last July, the youngster was already a pro at royal engagements as she greeted wellwishers, accepted bouquets and even performed her first curtsy.


At the top of the hill, Savannah's mother Autumn then appears to give her seven-year-old a telling off for shoving the younger royal.

It's been an exciting time for Charlotte of late, who became a big sister to Prince Louise in April.

Princess Charlotte is learning the royal ropes from the best of the best - her great grandmother, the Queen! For proof, this Sunday, June 10, duchess of Cambridge, who was sublime in a dress at a low price of a brand very known, was spotted at the Beaufort Polo Club with its two offspring, prince George and the princess Charlotte. Watch the game in Gloucestershire came Kate Middleton with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

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