She's already a pro at royal duties! When members of the British monarchy stepped out to celebrate the Royal Air Force's 100th anniversary on Tuesday, July 10, Princess Charlotte and her older brother, Prince George, unfortunately had to watch the flyover from inside Buckingham Palace. But that didn't stop little Charlotte from giving the Air Force a perfect salute as they zoomed above the palace!
In a newly-released photo of Charlotte, 3, and George, 4, watching the festivites with their nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, the tiny princess can be seen patriotically raising her right hand above her brow to salute the Air Force members flying overhead.
Funnily enough, Charlotte's salute wasn't the only photo of the tot from the RAF centenary that made headlines. At one point, George's little sis was spotted cheekily sticking her tongue out at people watching her inside the palace. So cute!
Earlier in the week, Charlotte also garnered buzz from royal fans when she boldly uttered a sassy comment to photographers waiting outside the Chapel Royal at London's St. James's Palace following her little brother Prince Louis' christening.
After the baby's church blessing, Charlotte didn't hesitate to let the media know that although they could snap photos of her family outside the chapel, they were definitely not invited to the Cambridges' private tea for Louis following the ceremony.
According to the Daily Mail, Charlotte told the photographers, "You're not coming," as she walked hand-in-hand with her older brother, George, and dad Prince William into Clarence House after Louis' baptism. You tell 'em, Charlotte!
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