Another major British event means another one of Kate’s cuties to steal the show.
This time, it was Princess Charlotte who was the picture of excitement on an outing with her parents Duchess Kate and Prince William at the Commonwealth Games.
The seven-year-old appeared thrilled to be watching the swimming in Birmingham, struggling to contain her enthusiasm, gasping and leaning on the edge of her seat.
Wearing a striped dress and her hair in pigtails, she was seen at one point giving the thumbs up to her father.
Little Charlotte appears just as sporting mad as her parents.
Only days earlier she appeared in a video message to England’s women’s soccer team, the Lionesses, before their win against Germany in the Euro 2022 final.
“Good luck, I hope you win, bye!” she said in the message.
Charlotte’s animated display in Birmingham was reminiscent of her younger brother Prince Louis’ famous appearance at the Platinum Party at the Palace for the Queen’s platinum jubilee in June.
The four-year-old created international headlines by pulling faces, sticking out his tongue through the lengthy performance, during which he sat alongside his cousins and grandparents Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla.
The display, in full view of the television cameras filming the event, drew a mixed response from viewers, with some dubbing it Kate’s most relatable parenting moment
However, some royal watchers criticized Prince William and the Duchess’ parenting methods.
The Cambridges were also joined by Prince Edward, Sophie Countess of Wessex and their children Lady Louise and James for the Commonwealth Games, which run until August 8.
Prince William was even stopped for selfies by some members of the crowd and appeared to oblige, despite royals tending to avoid pictures.