It was Prince Louis’ moment in the spotlight, but big sister Charlotte yet again stole the show with an adorable comment aimed at waiting journalists.
Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince Harry and Meghan were the first to step out after the service at the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace, where the the Archbishop of Canterbury had just baptised Louis.
Then Princess Charlotte followed with her family. Mum Kate held Louis in her arms, while Prince William held Prince George and Charlotte’s hands as they made their way to the celebrations.
She may only be three-years-old but has shown time and time again that she isn’t camera shy, and this event was no different.
“You can’t come in,” she told the waiting media.
She continued to eyeball them the entire time until it seems she was sure no one was following them.
The clip was shared to the World of Royals Instagram.
Before the service the little royal had already shown off her good manners, sharing a handshake with the Archbishop of Canterbury as she arrived for her brother’s christening.
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Great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip skipped Monday’s service.
Prince Louis wore a replica of the royal christening robe made by the woman responsible for the queen’s colourful creations, Angela Kelly.
The handmade garment, which features fine Honiton lace lined with white satin, has been worn by royal babies since 2008 and is modelled after the original robe Queen Victoria had commissioned for her oldest daughter, Victoria, Princess Royal, in 1841.
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