She noted that the couple are bringing the children to “events that really interest them”.
In reference to the clip of Charlotte and William, Ms Ross continued: “I’m sure it’s a special experience for Charlotte, but it’s also, you know, it’s really uplifting for the team.
“The kids are still very private, they only make these appearances very rarely so when we do see them, it’s extra extra special.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George made an appearance during the Jubilee weekend
Princess Charlotte gives a thumbs up during her Commonwealth Games appearance earlier this week
“I think they’re still treating it as a really special, you know, special way to thank, in this example, the women’s soccer team for their hard work.”
Ms Garibaldi discussed Charlotte’s appearance at the Commonwealth Games, earlier this week.
Princess Charlotte made an appearance at the swim meet, alongside her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Ms Garibaldi added that the 7-year-old was spotted “intently watching the meet” and was, also, seen “giving her dad a thumbs up”.
Much like her younger brother’s sweet and hilarious display at the Jubilee, Kate and Prince William’s only daughter was seen pulling a range of animated expressions throughout the competition.
Last month, Charlotte’s elder brother Prince George stepped out for his first appearance at Wimbledon.
The nine-year-old sat in the royal box with his parents to watch the Men’s Singles final between Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios.
Prince George joined his parents at a Wimbledon match last month
The children and their parents arrived at Westminster Abbey to join the rest of the Royal Family in paying tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh’s life.
And earlier in the summer they were front and centre with younger brother Prince Louis at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, where they made their Trooping the Colour debut.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK