Princess Charlotte steals the show with her brand-new hairstyle at brother’s christening
Princess Charlotte showed off a new image at her brother's christening
Prince Louis' christening was a big moment for the whole Royal family, and everyone was looking their best, reported People.com on the 9th of July 2018.
All the Royal ladies were looking glamorous and perfectly groomed, and so was the three-year-old Princess Charlotte, playing the role of big sister in public for the very first time.
The little princess was wearing a pretty blue patterned dress with a sweet ruffle at the neckline, puffed sleeves and a ruched bodice.
She wore bright blue shoes and a matching bow in her hair, but the big surprise is that her hair was smooth and styled with a perfect middle parting.
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Charlotte has always been seen with her locks parted to the side and caught up, just like she wore them for her uncle Prince Harry’s wedding.
Her smooth hairstyle is much more sophisticated and makes the little princess look more grown up. Her big brother Prince George, 4, wore a white shirt with blue piping and navy shorts, socks, and loafers to match, which happens to be the same outfit he wore for Trooping the Colour.
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The little Prince and Princess walked into the Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace, London where the christening of their brother, Prince Louis took place holding on to their father, Prince William's hands.
Princess Charlotte showed off her charming smile, and her royal wave as she responded to the cameras like a pro. Prince George is a little shy and seemed ill at ease with all the attention.
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Once inside the Chapel, Prince William told them to shake hands with the Archbishop of Canterbury and got a happy "Well done!" from their proud father.
Princess Charlotte's every outfit and hairstyle is watched eagerly by thousands of mothers and little girls all over the world who want to look just like a little princess.