On Thursday, Princess Charlotte and her brother, Prince George enjoyed a day out at the King’s Cup sailing regatta.
Their mom and dad went head-to-head in the event of the Isle of Wight and they cheered on them.
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!
Instead of waving to the crowd, she decided to stick out her tongue much to the amusement of the public. But mom Kate quickly tried to stop her from doing.
This is not the first time that the four-years-old Princess has shown off her tongue-waging. She had previously pulled the move at uncle Harry and auntie Meghan’s royal wedding back in May 2018 as her car arrived at St. George’s Chapel.
George and Charlotte joined their grandpa Michael and grandma Carole Middleton on a boat to watch the race and were close by during the presentation ceremony.
Both George and Charlotte have dressed appropriately for the nautical occasion, sporting blue and white stripes.
Although we didn’t see him, Prince Louis was also on the Isle of Wight for the event.
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.
William and Kate went head-to-head as skippers of individual sailing boats in the yachting regatta.
They were competing against a host of celebrities, including comedian John Bishop and adventurer Bear Grylls, on a cloudy but relatively calm day around Cowes.
William sailed for Child Bereavement UK while Kate competed on behalf of the Royal Foundation.
Bear Grylls’ team won the competition, while William’s team came third and Kate’s group placed seventh out of eight.
Prince William and Kate hosted the inaugural regatta The King’s Cup to raise awareness and funds for eight of Their Royal Highnesses’ patronages.