You tell 'em, girl! Though Prince Louis was the star of his royal christening on Monday, July 9, his older sister, Princess Charlotte, stole the show when she uttered a perfectly sassy comment to a group of photographers waiting outside the Chapel Royal at St. James's Palace in London.
After the baby's church blessing, Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince George, Charlotte, and Louis exited the chapel and were slightly bombarded by awaiting photogs. But three-year-old Charlotte didn't hesitate to let the media know that although they could snap photos of her family outside the church, they were definitely not invited to the Cambridges' private tea for Louis following the ceremony.
According to the Daily Mail, Charlotte boldly told the photographers, "You're not coming," as she walked hand-in-hand with her older brother, George, 4, and dad William into Clarence House after Louis' christening.
To make the cheeky moment even better, Charlotte adorably kept her eyes on the media as she walked into the party and went as far as to turn around and glance back at the photographers as she walked through the door. Clearly, Charlotte takes royal family security very seriously!
Prior to Louis' baptism, the royal family's official website revealed that Kate and William would be serving a tier of their seven-year-old wedding cake to guests at the Clarence House tea. It is a known tradition that royal couples serve pieces of their wedding fruitcakes at the christening of their firstborn child. But, interestingly, William and Kate have chosen to keep the tradition for all three of their children and previously treated guests to a slice of the confection at George and Charlotte's baptisms in October 2013 and July 2015, respectively.
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