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How cute Princess Charlotte greets guests at her home


Royal Family: How Princess Charlotte Greets Guests at Kensington Palace

How Princess Charlotte Greets Guests at Kensington Palace.
You definitely did this when you were younger.
Growing up in a royal palace is anything but normal, but Prince William and Kate Middleton have made it their mission to make sure Prince George and Princess Charlotte lead as normal lives as possible. (Princess Diana did the same for Harry and Will.)
“William and Kate very much prioritize bringing up the children in as normal an environment as possible over anything else,” says a source from US Weekly. “They haven’t lost sight of that.”

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The Royal Family attend Christmas Day Service at the Mary Magdalene Church Sandringham, Norfolk.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte made their Christmas walk debuts this year — and even met with members of the public
At just 4 years old, Princess Charlotte has mastered her royal curtsy!
Royal fans got an extra special treat on Christmas morning when Prince George, 6, and Charlotte took part in the royal family’s annual walk to church services in the English countryside for the first time. And when great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth headed back home to continue the festivities, the little princess knew exactly what to do.

Princess Charlotte held hands with mom Kate Middleton, 37, as the 93-yer-old monarch got into the back of a car. As the vehicle drove off, Kate ducked into a curtsy — and Charlotte immediately followed suit! The little royal held out her coat as she dipped into an adorable curtsy.

Continuing to show off her excellent royal etiquette, Charlotte then shook hands with the clergyman before joining Kate in greeting members of the public.

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Prince William and Catherine’s only daughter, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, is getting better with age.

Although all eyes have been on her new baby brother, Prince Louis, no one steals the show quite like Princess Charlotte. From hamming it up in her nursery school photos to debuting her first royal curtsy, here are Char’s best moments caught on camera.

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Charlotte shows off her 'confident and playful' nature as she plays outdoors in delightful pictures to mark her fourth birthday (taken by her doting mother Kate)

Princess Charlotte's fourth birthday has been marked by the release of three pictures taken by her doting mother - and the young royal is growing up fast.

In a floral blue dress and a grin from ear-to-ear, Charlotte, who is fourth in line to the throne, looks as pretty as a petal as she sits crossed legged on a patch of grass at the palace.

The shots were taken by keen amateur snapper Kate, 37 - who has lifetime honorary membership of the Royal Photographic Society - at both Kensington Palace and the family's Norfolk home of Anmer Hall, earlier this month.

In the adorable pictures, Charlotte can be seen running and smiling as she holds a flower and sits on a fence while beaming at the camera.

In the first picture Charlotte, who turns four on Thursday, can be seen taking advantage of some of the unseasonably warm spring weather in a blue floral dress with a Peter Pan collar, the same one she wore to go and see her little brother, Prince Louis, in hospital for the first time last year.

Kate loves dressing her daughter in blue - it has featured in many of her official portraits - and Charlotte is wearing her hair pushed back off her head in a blue bow with navy Hampton canvas plum shoes, costing just £26 from her favourite children's High Street store, Trotters.

The shot was captured by Kate when she and her family returned to Kensington Palace last month after their Easter break and shows a bank of wildflowers in the background.

The other two pictures were taken by the duchess as part of a set at Anmer Hall, on the same day that she and her elder brother, Prince George, five were seen attending the Burnham Horse Trials with their cousin, Mia Tindall, five

Racing around in the garden, holding a daffodil up towards her mother and balancing on a gate, Charlotte sports a checked Amaia Kids skirt, which is no longer in stock, under a grey cashmere cardigan. Her thick dark hair, so like her mothers, is escaping from a ponytail as she charges about the field.

The last time we saw Charlotte, who is known for her confident public displays, was at the Burnham Market Horse Trials in Norfolk on April 15.

There, she wore the same £50 tartan skirt from Amaia Kids, which she teamed with woolly tights and a quilted jacket as she enjoyed the day out with her brother and cousin Mia.

It seems Charlotte is following in her mother's fashion footsteps, as the Duchess of Cambridge won praise for the tartan skirt and black top she donned for a Kensington Palace Christmas party in 2018 - and she appears to be a firm fan of the pattern.

The royal also wore a blue and green tartan Alexander McQueen coat dress to open V&A Dundee in Scotland on January 29 2019.

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Kate, Wills and Charlotte in saying goodbye to Canada on the family's LAST overseas tour together.

A final farewell: George steals the show (again) with some a very enthusiastic waving as he joins Kate, Wills and Charlotte in saying goodbye to Canada on the family's LAST overseas tour together.
With a smile and a wave, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today bade farewell to Canada alongside their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The family, who have just undertaken a successful eight-day tour of the country, arrived at Victoria Harbour Airport and took a float plane out of the city at 4pm local time.
They were driven to the airport in a convoy, with the children strapped into the back seat of the limousine in their car seats.
But the Cambridge’s trip will be the youngsters’ last overseas tour for some time. Sources close to the family say their decision to bring their children was a ‘one-off’ and that the Prince and Princess are unlikely to accompany their parents on another official overseas tour for several years so they can enjoy a ‘normal childhood’.
George, three, dressed in his familiar shorts and long socks, couldn't stop smiling and waving at the cheering well-wishers as he got out of the car, holding his father's hand.
Charlotte, 16 months, wearing a pretty patterned dress, was carried by her mother wearing cream Catherine Walker, and even managed a wave for the cameras too.
After greeting dignitaries and walking past a guard of honour, Charlotte insisted on being put down and toddled to the plane herself.
There was just time for quick photograph and before the family embarked on their float plane and set off for a scenic tour of the coast and then on to meet their Royal Canadian Airforce flight back to London.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte waved goodbye to Canada as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour ended with the couple praising the nation for the 'happy memories' created during their stay.
Thousands lined the harbour of Victoria, capital of British Columbia, to see William and Kate and their children leave by boat plane after an eight-day visit.
The royal tour of eastern Canada had taken the couple from the stunning scenery of the Hadai Gwaii archipelago to the Yukon gold rush town of Whitehorse.
But all eyes were on George and Charlotte who stole the limelight from their parents when an outdoor children's party was staged in their honour in Victoria last week.
And when it came to the official departure the three-year-old future king and his 17-month-old sister melted the hearts of well-wishers lining crash barriers around the harbour.
When George, dressed in his trademark, shorts, jumper, shirt and knee length shorts, stepped form a people carrier he began waving with one hand and then frantically with both to the amusement of William who smiled as Kate held Charlotte, who wore a dress and cardigan.
And later Charlotte gave a wave for the crowds as she stood on a jetty with her parents and turned to wave at British Columbia premier Christy Clark.

Prince George on palace balcony for first time

Double treat for royal fans Saturday in London: Prince George of Cambridge joined his family for the first time on the Buckingham Palace balcony, greeting a thrilled crowd with a royal wave.

It happened at the end of the annual Trooping the Color parade, as his mum, Duchess Kate of Cambridge, made her first appearance in public since little Princess Charlotte was born on May 2.

As his family left the palace — father Prince William on a horse wearing a bearskin cap, mother in a horse-drawn carriage — George was spotted by photographers in his nanny's arms, laughing and excited from a palace window.

Kensington Palace releases some VERY pink 'Princess Charlotte' merchandise - including lip gloss.

Right royal tat? Kensington Palace releases some VERY pink 'Princess Charlotte' merchandise - including lip gloss, tiaras and dressing up clothes.
The buyers at Kensington Palace showed they were right on trend earlier this year when they released a colouring book dedicated to Kate and William.
However, the latest round of royal merchandise to hit the shelves in the visitor shop - dedicated to 'Princess Charlotte' - might raise a few more eyebrows with its tawdry colour scheme.
Laughing in the face of gender neutral colours, the Princess Charlotte range - in bright pinks and purples - is clearly aimed at younger visitors and includes a lip gloss, tiara and dressing up clothes.
Elsewhere, there are fridge magnets, glitter cups and crown rings and pendants, all depicting a 'fictional' Princess Charlotte.
The range's most expensive item is a princess fairy dress, which retails at £35.
Alongside the dress on the online shop, there's a description that invites potential purchasers to 'Imagine yourself gliding down the corridors of Kensington Palace like Princess Charlotte with this delightful princess fancy dress.'
A candy pink t-shirt carrying the image of a cartoon Princess Charlotte costs £12.99 and a set of purple enamel rings mounted on gold-coloured plastic will set young fans back £7.99.
While the merchandise is clearly distinguished from the Duke and Duchess' youngest child, who celebrates her second birthday next month, one might question the tastes of the Palace buyers, with some of the range's more garish items looking rather incongruous to the tins of shortbread and historical books on sale.
At the pocket-money end of the range, there's a lip gloss reduced to £1.99 with a crown design and a purple pen, carrying the character of Princess Charlotte.
MailOnline has contacted Kensington Palace for comment.
Earlier this year, the Palace cleverly cashed in on the current craze among both adults and children for such books – not to mention the global interest in what the Duchess of Cambrige wears - with a £5.99 Colour In Kate book.


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Welcome The Queen! Reel 3 (1954)

Part 3. 01:28:52Aircraft are sent out to greet the Royal Armada. Various shots of the planes, pilot and of the Royal Yacht Britannia. Aerial shots of the ships. Air to air shots of the Royal Air Force planes accompanying them. Closer views of the ships. Triumphant progress of the Armada along the south coast of England and through the straits of Dover. Shot of naval officers aboard a ship giving three cheers and waving their hats. Various shots of small boats bobbing on the water. On board the Patricia waiting to guide the Britannia through the Thames. Various shots of the sailors on board. Small launch passes. High angle shot of high ranking officer looking through a telescope. Duke of Gloucester is aboard ready to lead the Britannia through the pool of London. Fly past. Various shots of people watching the progress of the Armada.

01:31:40 Tilbury, flags are raised on board ship. Various shots of ships moving through the water. M/S of people waving as the ship passes. Decorated tugboats and aircraft in formation fly past. Cannons fire a salute in Woolwich - the Royal Artillery Guard of Honour. Soldiers cheer and lift their hats as the yacht passes.

01:32:43 Greenwich Reach - various shots of the royal yacht moving down the Thames. Lord Mayor of London is rowed out to greet the Queen. Tower Bridge opens to allow the royal yacht through. Spectators wave and look through binoculars.

01:34:21The Queen Mother and Princess Margaret arrive at Tower Pier to greet their returning family. The Britannia sails into the Pool of London. Sir Winston Churchill is aboard. The Queen Mother and Margaret look excited to see the yacht returning. They climb aboard a small boat to go out and meet them. The Queen Mother and Princess Margaret go aboard. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh kisses them both and takes them to meet Queen Elizabeth II and their children.

01:36:58 Winston Churchill leaves Britannia and the Royal Barge comes alongside to collect the royal family. Various shots of the launch moving through the water with the royal family on board. River procession of the royal barge down the Thames. Various shots. LCC building. Various London bridges are seen. Decorations. Men in uniform. Low angle of Big Ben. The royal family step ashore. Policeman holds back a group of children who are waiting to see the royals. Various shots of famous London buildings - St Martin's in the Field, St Paul's Cathedral, other churches, all from low angle.

01:40:50 A salute is fired from cannons on the Embankment. Tower Bridge seen in the background. High angle shot of the royal procession moving down the embankment. Crowds line the street. Fly past. Londoners speak of their experiences of seeing the Queen's return: There not a woman here in London that isn't pleased to see her come back safe and sound. one of the women states. The royal carriage passes the camera. Various shots of the parade passing through London towards Buckingham Palace. The narrator talks of how the Kingdom is united in welcoming the Queen home.

01:43:45 The crowds disperse and run towards the gates after the Queen has passed. Various shots of them crowding forwards. The royal family come out onto the balcony. They wave. Majestic music on the soundtrack. Camera pans across the crowds gathered around the Queen Victoria monument. Film ends with a C/U of the royals waving from the balcony and the crowds waving back. The Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret have a laugh about something. Camera pulls back. The end.

Note: documentation file exists - music cue sheets etc. This documentary uses a nice device - people supposedly from the country featured speaking about their impressions of the royal visit. Probably actors but still quite cute.
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