According to Princess Charlotte's cheeky faces, which she confidently pulled during an outing to the Commonwealth Games, Prince Louis isn't the only one prone to a little naughty behavior in the Cambridge clan.
- Though many of the Royal Family visited the Commonwealth Games, Princess Charlotte's cheeky faces stole the hearts of viewers all over the world.
- The youngster enjoyed a trip minus her brothers for a change and her parents looked proud as punch.
- In other royal news, Lady Louise is Sophie Wessex' mini-me in stunning dress - but where have we seen it before?
It may have been Prince Louis best Jubilee moments that hit the headlines but Princess Charlotte's gesture to Prince Charles also received special note - for being inadvertently hilarious. This time around, the Cambridge family member getting all the attention is their only daughter and, more specifically, her adorable facial expressions while watching the swimming competition at the Commonwealth Games.
Sitting happily next to her parents, the young royal was clearly in her element. Three months after Princess Charlotte’s birthday photos revealed her to be a 'mini William' it appears that Duchess Kate is overtaking in terms of twinning. One thing the Princess definitely shares with her father is her cute, rambunctious behavior. This adorable fact is evidenced by images that prove Princess Charlotte's just as cheeky as her dad at the same age.
Kate Middleton's parenting of Prince Louis was praised, after she handled his antics at the Jubilee with ease, and it seems that she's become a dab hand at managing her children's moods. Prince William also remained chipper as the happy couple appeared thrilled by Princess Charlotte's cheeky faces.
During day five of the games, the Cambridges were joined by Prince Edward and Lady Louise. It's previously been suggested that Prince William and Kate Middleton's secret babysitter at Balmoral Castle, during their annual visit, is Lady Louise so she may well have been helpful during the day out.
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