Princess Charlotte Had the Sassiest Sister Moment with Prince Louis at Trooping the Colour

She made her carriage debut alongside her siblings for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

Princess Charlotte confirmed she's still the queen of sass during her debut carriage ride at this year's Trooping the Colour, the Queen's annual birthday parade.

Princess Charlotte Trooping the Colour 2022
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On Thursday morning, the royal rode in her first carriage procession down the Mall alongside her siblings, Prince George and Prince Louis, as well as her mom Kate Middleton and grandmother Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall for Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee celebrations. The Cambridge children — who all matched in varying shades of blue — were technically on duty, and enthusiastically waved to the thousands of well-wishers on the street. However, at one point, Charlotte decided to take a break from the hoopla and stopped waving. Her younger brother Louis continued — that is, until Charlotte grabbed his hand and placed it firmly in his lap.

Not discouraged by his sister's antics one bit, Louis picked right back up where he left off and started waving to the crowds again.

Prince Louis initially showed off his passionate royal wave at Trooping the Colour in 2019 when he first appeared on the balcony at just 14 months old. During the celebrations, he also excitedly pointed to the Royal Air Force jets flying overhead, and his enthusiasm back then had everyone (including his parents) cracking up. Seemingly, some things never change.

Prince Louis Trooping the Colour 2019
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