And we love her even more.
Princess Charlotte might only be three years old, but she’s already one of the most popular members of the royal family, known for her signature sass.
And whether it’s debuting her royal wave to photographers on the way to meeting her newborn brother, attacking a balloon wall on camera or telling the press at Prince Louis’ christening that they weren’t invited, she never fails to be the centre of attention.
This - we hasten to add - is for all the right reasons.
It’s hardly surprising therefore that while taking part in Princess Eugenie’s royal wedding last week as a flower girl, all eyes were on her.
While official photos of the royal wedding flooded the internet last week, Princess Eugenie posted her own photo of the day to her Instagram account, uploading an unseen and candid shot from behind the scenes.
‘Jack and I would like to thank everyone who was involved in making our day so special and for all the wonderful wishes as we start married life together,’ she posted.
But it wasn’t her sweet words that got the internet talking, instead it was her flower girl Princess Charlotte, who can be seen sitting in the centre of the photo making the bride and groom and their bridal party laugh.
Like we needed another reason to love Princess Charlotte.
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