Princess Charlotte, Prince George steal the spotlight at RAF Centenary

WE HAD Prince Harry, Meghan, Kate, Prince William, and the actual Queen of England out on the balcony at Buckingham Palace, but two cheeky little faces sneaking a glimpse from inside managed to steal the show at the RAF Centenary celebrations.

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As the royal family watched an impressive air show on Tuesday, Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 3, were seen giggling as they playfully pressed their noses up against one of the windows in the palace while their nannies looked on.

George was clearly engrossed in the show, but Charlotte appeared to be way more interested in entertaining the crowds — reminding us once again why we all love her.

Just like she did at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, Charlotte took great delight in poking her tongue out at those watching from below.

media_cameraMood. Picture: WENN
media_cameraShe did the same thing at the royal wedding. Picture: Andrew Milligan/pool photo via AP

She then launched into what looked like very enthusiastic dance moves, before scrunching up her nose and pulling more funny faces.

media_cameraIs she dabbing? Picture: WENN
media_cameraEven George was giggling. Picture: WENN

It’s been a busy week already for the cute siblings.

Their three-month-old brother, Prince Louis, was christened at the Chapel Royal in St James’s Palace yesterday, meaning a big day out for the royal family — with lots of cameras and crowds.

media_cameraThe whole family — bar the Queen and Prince Philip — turned out for Louis’ christening. Picture: Dominic Lipinski/WPA Pool/Getty Images

While George appeared shy and reserved as he gripped his father’s hand outside the chapel, Charlotte confidently took the lead, and was even seen adorably shaking hands with the Archbishop of Canterbury and The Dean of The Chapel Royal, The Right Reverend and Right Honourable the Lord Chartres.

Prince William could then be heard telling Charlotte: “Well done.”

media_cameraPrincess Charlotte’s regal greeting.

She also showed off her “people skills” in April, when she and George arrived at the Lindo Wing to meet their little brother.

Charlotte was seen waving to crowds the moment she stepped out of the car, and made the most of her moment in the spotlight by turning back on the hospital steps for one final wave before heading in to meet her baby brother.

media_cameraCharlotte’s settled into her role as a royal very quickly. Picture: AFP Photo/Ben Stansall

Originally published as Cheeky George, Charlotte steal the spotlight

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