She’s known for stealing the show with her adorable royal wave and confident nature, and now Princess Charlotte can add Queen of Sass to her list of talents!
Stepping out for her little brother’s christening on Monday, Princess Charlotte cheekily reminded the media they were not invited to the private family event as they waited on the sidelines to snap the family as they walked past.
The three-year-old was walking hand-in-hand with her dad Prince William after the service at St James’ Palace, when she hilariously told photographers “You’re not invited”, and kept her eyes deadlocked on them until they were out of sight.
The cheeky moment was caught on camera and only further endeared the sweet princess to the public.
Earlier Charlotte stole hearts with her impeccable manners as she made her way inside the chapel for Prince Louis’ christening. Before the service, she was seen confidently shaking hands with the Archbishop of Canterbury. Later, the princess showed off her mature nature as she gave a cheery wave to crowds gathered outside the chapel.
At the tender age of three the young royal is already known for her confident nature. When William brought Charlotte to visit her new baby brother at St. Mary’s Hospital on April 23, she turned around to sweetly to greet photographers and fans waiting outside. And in May the princess stole fans’ hearts when she gave another royal wave ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.
Following the christening on Monday, where Prince Louis was flanked by six godparents, the royals made their way to Clarence House where they enjoyed an intimate afternoon tea with guests.
Guests who attended the intimate affair were served fruit cake, which was originally baked for and served at Prince William and Catherine’s wedding in 2011.
“Guests will be served slices of christening cake, which is a tier taken from The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding cake,” a release from Kensington Palace said at the time.
The royal couple also served their wedding cake at the christenings of their older children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, following a royal British tradition to serve the wedding cake each time a child of the couple is christened.
The cake, which had eight tiers and 17 individual fruits cakes, was designed by Fiona Cairns.