PRINCESS CHARLOTTE gave an adorable little curtsy to the Queen after the Royal Family attended church in Sandringham.
The four-year-old made her debut with older brother Prince George for the 11am Christmas service at St Mary Magdalene’s Church in Sandringham.Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William’s only daughter confidently joined her mother in meeting well-wishers who had gathered to catch a glimpse of the royal on Christmas Day. Princess Charlotte hugged royal fans and even received a few gifts from some members of the public.
When it was time for the Queen to head back to back to her Sandringham estate, Charlotte joined other royals in seeing the monarch off.
As the royals headed down the steps of the churchyard, Kate was seen having a quick word to Charlotte while the Queen got into a luxury black Bentley.
Kate curtsied as the Queen’s car began to drive off, which was followed by sweet little curtsy from Charlotte.
The Princess took hold of the hem of her coat as the bopped down into an adorable curtsy to the Queen.
Princess Charlotte curtsied to the Queen after church at Sandringham (Image GETTY)
It is considered a sign of respect to curtsy or bow in the presence of Her Majesty and it appears young Charlotte is already learning royal protocol.
One well-wisher said Charlotte’s manners were “outstanding”.
Karen Anvil, who famously took a picture of the ‘Fab Four’ (Meghan, Harry, Kate and William) two years ago – gave Charlotte a doll.
Princess Charlotte hugs a royal fan (Image: Getty)
Ms Anvil later told Sky News: “Charlotte came over with her mum, she liked the doll.
“Her manners are outstanding – but she’s cheeky, she wasn’t at all scared.”
She added Charlotte’s brother Prince George also had “perfect” manners.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK