See This Overlooked, Yet Adorable Thing Princess Charlotte is Secretly Doing While Kate Middleton Misses The Entire Thing Until Photo Was Released

July 16, 2018

Another royal event, another opportunity taken by Princess Charlotte to steal the spotlight.

There's not a soul out there, though, that doesn't wish this doesn't happen. Many look forward to these events in hopes she does steal the show. It's like a special bonus to the already exciting event.

On July 9, Prince Louis was surrounded by loved ones during his christening. The 11-week-old royal was baptized at Chapel Royal in St. James's Palace in London by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby. Welby also christened his big brother, Prince George, and his big sister, Princess Charlotte.

Recently, the official portraits were released of Prince Louis' big day, and to no one's surprise, Charlotte secretly stole the spotlight yet again.

In the royal group shot with Prince William, Kate Middleton, and uncle Prince Harry and aunt Meghan Markle, and Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowls, the young princess does the most special thing imaginable; and she likely didn't even realize what she was doing to steal the light.

While everyone was looking directly at the camera smiling, Charlotte, who was sitting next to her mother, was not. In fact, she was admiring her sweet baby brother and adorably holds his hand.

In the next series of photos, Kate's side of the family arrives to join in on the second set of portraits. This time, Charlotte directs herself toward the camera, grins, and candidly holds her leg.

There's no doubt that Princess Charlotte takes her big sister duties seriously. On May 2, on Charlott's birthday, she was cradling her precious 9-day-old little brother in her lap as she gently kisses his forehead.

Great job, Charlotte! You are an awesome big sis! What do you think about these photos?

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