Princess Charlotte is definitely a royal sweetheart. But she’s got a bit of sass too.
On Thursday, Charlotte and her brother George made a surprise appearance at the King’s Cup sailing regatta to watch and cheer on their parents.
After the race, Kate brought the kids to a window above the stage where prizes were to be awarded. And it was the perfect moment for Princess Charlotte to show off her cheeky side!
The four-years-old Princess instead of waving decided to stick her tongue out sending her mother into a minor freakout.
Now, it has been revealed that Princess Charlotte actually stuck her tongue out because she’d spotted her granddad Michael Middleton down below!
Apparently, Kate wanted to show George and Charlotte a familiar face in the crowd before they took their places for the prize-giving ceremony. And as you can see she is pointing her father Michael out for her daughter to see.
George and Charlotte joined their grandpa Michael and grandma Carole Middleton on a boat to watch the race. Both of them have dressed appropriately for the nautical occasion, sporting blue and white stripes.
George was even noticed sporting a new look, a sailor’s hat along with a smile (with front teeth missing!)
Before the race, George and Charlotte allegedly took part in family activities with other youngsters on the foreshore in Cowes. They also enjoyed bubbles, an entertainer dressed as a pirate and a magician. Although we didn’t see him, Prince Louis was also on the Isle of Wight for the event
William and Kate went head-to-head in a charity sailing match in Cowes on the Isle of Wight in support of several of their charitable causes.
Both William and Kate are accomplished sailors, but even with that and their royal status, neither William nor Kate took the top prize.
During the prize-giving ceremony, Kate was given a giant wooden spoon, the prize designated for the captain of the team that finished last. Kate couldn’t contain her laughter and buried her face in her hands as she collected the prize.