Princess Charlotte takes waving notes from great grandma, The Queen.
Looks like somebody’s trying to learn all she can!
The adorable second born of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stole the show in more ways than one during great-grandma Queen Elizabeth II’s address to the crowd at last Saturday’s Trooping the Colour at Buckingham Palace.
CUTE ALERT: Princess Charlotte copies the Queen and waves to crowd from Buckingham Palace balcony. pic.twitter.com/Mim09j3JSJ
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The Daily Mail noted that it appeared after giving a great clap in delight of the festivities, the little princess noticed the Queen’s regal wave and immediately gave a version of her own, also to the delight of mom Kate who looked on.
But she’s still a baby first and foremost, and nearly fell from where she was standing to look over the balcony, but luckily Kate’s mom reflexes kicked in.
Princess Charlotte is quickly becoming a media favorite, never shying away from cameras while performing royal wedding duties for new auntie Meghan Markle, a.k.a the Duchess of Sussex, or hamming it up and looking a lot like the Queen in some of these photos.
But in case you forgot, Charlotte isn’t all cute faces and fab toddler outfits: at the tender age of three, the little girl has already made history.
Charlotte is the first beneficiary of a change to the law only allowing male heirs to be in line for the throne.
According to the Succession Act of 2013, Charlotte will not be skipped over in favor of her brothers; older brother Prince George and baby brother Prince Louis, as the new rule dictates succession according to birth order.
The order was crafted and passed while Duchess Kate was pregnant with Prince George, and will apply only to royal children born after October 28, 2011.