Princess Charlotte was once again the star of the show as she attended her youngest brother's christening and gave the photographers a very proper and cheeky remark.
The Cambridge family were out for the first time as a family of five yesterday to celebrate the youngest’s christening and older siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte looked adorable as ever.
Prince Louis was christening in the afternoon, a big change from Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s ceremony, and it was once again a relatively private affair.
While the royals happily smiled for the cameras as they entered the Royal Chapel at St James’s Palace, the press and photographers were not allowed entry inside the ceremony or to the celebrations after.
Something Princess Charlotte decided she wanted to remind all the people feverishly clicking their cameras at her and her family.
Walking hand-in-hand with her dad Prince William after the service, Princess Charlotte turned and told waiting photographers: ”You’re not coming.”
The royals were en route to a private afternoon tea at Clarence House and Princess Charlotte seemed pretty smug that not everyone would be there.
Prince Louis’ grandparents, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall were joining the Cambridges for afternoon tea as well as uncle Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and other close family and friends.
Although Princess Charlotte made this cheeky comment she was praised for her confidence and politeness before the ceremony. As she entered the chapel she could be seen confidently shaking the hands of Archbishop of Canterbury and The Dean of The Chapel Royal, The Right Reverend and Right Honourable the Lord Chartres.
Dad Prince William was quick to praise her behaviour and could be overheard saying: ‘Well done’.
Prince George was once again a lot more reserved than his three-year-old sister who appears to have taken to the public interest with ease.
She once again gave the crowd a little wave and seems to be growing in confidence at each public appearance she makes.