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Princess Charlotte's cute behavior was one of the sweetest moments at Royal wedding

Pedro Marrero
May 28, 2018
05:39 P.M.
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Since her arrival at St. George’s Chapel for the wedding of her uncle Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Princess Charlotte stole the show, with many people commenting on her cute reactions at the event.

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Duchess Kate Middleton, as well as two friends of Markle, guided the children of the bridal party, including Prince George and Princess Charlotte, up the steps for the ceremony.

Middleton was the star of the previous Royal Wedding when she married Prince William in 2011, but this time, despite receiving her share of attention, it was her 3-year-old daughter who stole the hearts of the attendees and the public.

While 4-old-year Prince George struggled to face the crowd and sheltered himself behind his father’s leg when he stepped outside to greet them, Prince Charlotte won over everyone present with the wave of her hand, as Daily Mail reported.

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According to lip reader Tina Lanning, Duchess Kate gave some directions to her daughter before her now famous wave. ‘Look at the carriage!’ Middleton reportedly said.

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The Duke and Duchess’ newborn, Prince Louis, not even a month old yet, stayed at home with the nanny while his mother and father attended the beautiful ceremony, according to Simple Most.

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Charlotte wore the same white dress the rest of the bridesmaids wore, adorning her head with a flower crown that resembled the bridal bouquet. The boys, on the other hand, wore black suits, including Prince George.

Image source: Getty Images.

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Prince William arrived early at the chapel to play his role of best man to his brother Prince Harry, both of them in their military uniforms. The moment was caught on video and shared by Buckingham Palace.

Princess Charlotte had a lot of responsibility for a child her age, both as bridesmaid and as a Royal child who’s fourth in line to the throne of England. Her parents must be really proud of their only daughter.

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