Princess Charlotte, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's middle child, showed her confidence as she was heard telling photographers that they weren't invited to her brother's christening tea.
Prince Louis' christening took place on Monday, July 9, 2018, at the Royal Chapel, at St. James' Palace, and the little Princess seem very keen on guaranteeing that the private party at Clarence House.
As Prince William and Kate Middleton were leaving the chapel, Charlotte dropped the cheeky comment towards the photographers, with the funny moment ending up on Youtube.
The 3-year-old could be seen walking hand-in-hand with her father, who was also grasping Prince George's hand, as Kate Middleton carried Prince Louis in her arms.
Please consider following us on our Twitter account @amomama_usa to learn more
After making it quite clear that the tea party at Clarence House was only for guests, Princess Charlotte was spotted looking over her shoulder the rest of the way to make sure that the photographers stayed in place.
Earlier that day, the little Princess was also under the spotlight due to her manners. She was caught on camera shaking Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury's, hand.
Charlotte has had the world grow accustomed to her antics, as she is quite famous for interacting with members of the public during special events, such as the Royal Wedding.
Back on May 19, when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, tied the knot, the 3-year-old stole the show by waving at the audience standing outside St. George's Chapel.
Even before that, in April, while accompanied by Prince Wiliam and Prince George, the young royal greeted the public as soon as she got out of the car on her away to meet Prince Louis for the first time.
Despite her tender age, it seems that Charlotte is full of confidence, which will certainly be an invaluable trait for her future role as an active member of the Royal Family.