Princess Charlotte and her brothers Prince George and Prince Louis joined their great-grandmother, the Queen, on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at the last minute of the platinum jubilee celebrations.
Princess Charlotte showed her empathetic, caring side with a subtle gesture to her great-grandmother, the Queen, during their appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in the final moments of the platinum jubilee celebration.
The young royal family joined the monarch, Prince Charles, Camilla, her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and her brothers George and Louis at the historic moment after the people’s parade.
But body language expert Judi James has revealed that Charlotte’s quick act proved how much she resembles her mom Kate.
She tells the Mirror: “Charlotte stood by and sang the anthem as confidently as Louis next to her, but she showed her empathetic, caring side again.
“When Beatrice sobbed uncontrollably during Prince Philip Charlotte gave her a worried look, which made Beatrice smile to show that she was fine.
“Here, Charlotte cast a similar look of caring care on her great-grandmother while the family sang the national anthem.
“She seems to have inherited that trait from Kate, who constantly caressed Louis to make him happy and who bent down to his height to talk to him after he took his place in the lineup.”
The Queen was forced to miss Friday and Saturday engagements, which included Epsom Derby and Thanksgiving Service, after leaving her in pain on the first day of the event. She has suffered a number of mobility problems in recent months.
Judi also believes we learned a lot about the Cambridge family through their engagements over the long weekend.
In addition to traditional engagements, we also saw them in a much more relaxed environment, including singing and dancing at a BBC party at the Palace concert.
She said: “William was above the group, but his smile of pride grew steadily this weekend.
“His and Kate’s hard work with the children has obviously paid off.
“Not only were they happy and playful with the Tyndalls, but they also, in a very natural and spontaneous way, produced several PDAs to signal unity and strong intergenerational connectivity.”
We saw many wonderful moments of Princess Charlotte during the jubilee, including her attempts to calm her excited younger brother during their carriage ride in Trooping the Color. She dropped his overly enthusiastic wave before taking his hand.
She was also seen sharing a sweet, intimate moment with Mom Kate while watching a party at the Palace on Saturday night.
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