Royal cutie: Princess Charlotte’s most adorable photos
3 months ago
Even though the media’s attention is on the family as a whole, Princess Charlotte is most certainly the star of the show.
When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed their third child, Prince Louis, on 23 April 2018, the Royal siblings got to spend 25 minutes with their mother before returning home with their nanny, Maria.
Princess Charlotte looked adorable in a blue floral-print dress and jersey. She stole hearts as she waved to the reporters outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital.
Maserati Polo match
Duchess Catherine, Princess Charlotte and Prince George cheered on from the sidelines when Prince William took part in the Maserati Polo Match, in Gloucester, England.
The 3-year-old Princess showed off her gymnastic skills by doing handstands and chasing Prince George around the lush landscape.
The match took place one day after members of the Royal family gathered at Buckingham Palace for Trooping The Colour. Princess Charlotte was trying hard not to sneeze, bless her little heart.
Trooping the Colour
Charlotte was enrolled at the Willcocks Nursery School close to Kensington Palace in January 2018. She loves going to class and is also learning Spanish.
According to Duchess Catherine, the young Princess is the “boss of the household”. She is “in charge” despite being the youngest member of the family.
It is said that Princess Charlotte will follow in her great-grandmother’s footsteps and will be a dominant force to contend with. She is in line to the throne after Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George.
However, she will only become Queen if Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George all pass away before Prince George has any children. Or if Prince George chooses to abdicate.
Princess Charlotte has equal primogeniture. That means she did not move down the line of succession when her younger brother, Prince Louis of Cambridge, was born.
This is due to the implementation of the Perth Agreement. The agreement replaced male-preference primogeniture with absolute primogeniture, as decreed in October 2011.