Charlotte, unlike her older brother Prince George, six, is far from camera shy and has absolutely no trouble making the way she feels – especially about photographers – crystal clear. At today’s regatta charity event in Cowes on the Isle of Wight, the young royal poked her tongue out to a crowd of photographers there to capture the event. Even Kate, 37, struggled to control her daughter, who royal fans say looks remarkably like the Queen when she was a youngster.
Charlotte was dressed in a pretty blue dress with a Peter Pan collar while her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, opted for nautical navy trousers and a peplum top.
Mother-of-three Kate, whose other son Louis, 15 months, was not present for the event, then changed into a pair of shorts and a white polo t-shirt teamed with a blue cap and trainers to set sail with her team against her husband, William.
The couple took part in the event to raise money for charities they are associated with.
Charlotte has a reputation for being particularly sassy with photographers.
One example is last year when photographers gathered outside St George’s Chapel for Prince Louis’s christening.
She told a photographer he was not invited.
She told him: “You’re not coming.”
The incident saw the crowd of onlookers burst into hysterics.
Charlotte can be seen glaring at George from her mother’s arms as the little boy makes faces as a page boy.
Today, Charlotte and George cheered on their mother and father at a charity regatta.
Michael Middleton was spotted in a red coat and sunglasses watching over little George, while Charlotte was photographed inside the ship.
Huge crowds watched from the grandstands and cheered on the Cambridges