George and Charlotte never fail to make the public laugh with their naughty antics. They are often seen being cheeky for the cameras or with their cousins at royal events. (like on Buckingham Palace balcony, during Trooping the Colour)
Charlotte once told photographers “You’re not coming” when leaving her brother Louis’s christening.
George regularly has fits of laughter with cousin Savannah Philips when out in public together. He erupted into laughter after Savannah mimicked trumpet players before he put his hand over his mouth, at Princess Eugenie’s wedding.
This year will be a quieter one for them, but there still are some key events. So when can we expect to see the young Prince and Princess in public again?
Next major royal event, aside from the arrival of Meghan’s baby, is the wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston.
Express.co.uk reports the wedding date as Saturday, May 18, following confirmation from Buckingham Palace earlier this month. It will be a private wedding so it won’t be as grand as the two royal weddings of 2018.
The Queen and senior royals might not be attending it, so it’s a small chance we’ll see Charlotte and George there.
Trooping the Color is not far behind that on June 8.
The Cambridges are always presented for the Queen’s official birthday celebration. The pomp and ceremony culminate in a Royal Family gathering on Buckingham Palace balcony to watch a Royal Air Force fly-past.
George and Savannah stole the show last year. Savannah covered George’s mouth with her hand to keep him quiet leaving him giggling. Prince George’s father, Prince William, was not amused.
The service proved a little too much for Charlotte who burst into tears and had to be comforted by mum Kate.
Anyway, Prince Louis’ first birthday is to be celebrated this year, on 23rd April. Celebrations will probably be private, but we might see a new family photo. Princess Charlotte will turn four on 2nd May, while Prince George turns six on 22nd July.