Step Aside Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte is Coming! Watch

Prince Louis has gotten a lot of the press for stealing the show when the family is out in public, but Princess Charlotte is certainly warming up to claim the cute crown in England.
The 7-year-old royal was spot on this Tuesday with a menagerie of adorable expressions as she joined her parents, Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.
The family gathered to watch swimming at the Commonwealth Games at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre in Smethwick.
Charlotte is the middle child, but she is certainly not a wallflower. She could be seen giving a thumbs-up in approval of the action in the pool and she was certainly caught up in the wonder of it all as the swimmers competed in the heats.
These Commonwealth Games are an international event and they are taking place from July 28 to August 7 in Birmingham, England. The games will feature teams from all over the world competing in an array of different sports.
Princess Charlotte nailed the sticking out her tongue shot and she was just as good at the wrinkled face in dismay. But the winning shot was the big smile that lit up the arena.
Her brother Lois, 4 certainly stole the show on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the Trooping the Color parade. This event was in honor of his great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
When the obviously loud planes flew over the royal family’s heads, Prince Louis was not amused. When the parade seemed to drag on and on, his expressions got smiles from fans across the country, especially parents of young children!
This has been a great weekend of sports for the royals. Charlotte spent Sunday cheering for her nation’s women’s national soccer team. They won their first major tournament with much fanfare. The little princess wished the Lionesses good luck before the game in a rare video appearance with her father.
Her father, William, presented the team with the trophy at the end of the game with almost 90,000 fans watching at Wembley Stadium.

Take a look at these shots:

And here’s to Prince Louis:




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