How adorable Princess Charlotte has stolen the show on royal tour (despite big brother George’s grumpiness)

access_time 2 months ago chat_bubble_outline 0 comments
How adorable Princess Charlotte has stolen the show on royal tour (despite big brother George’s grumpiness)

Adorable Princess Charlotte has stolen the show on the second leg of the Royal tour – while young George has appeared in a grumpy mood.

The two-year-old has been pictured looking angelic as she embraced Royal duties in Berlin.

From the moment Kate and William touched down with their kids in the German capital, Charlotte has been all smiles.

She was even filmed giving her first diplomatic handshake earlier today, as George in the meantime looked fidgety and restless.

Princess Charlotte looking adorable with a bunch of flowers
(Image: Getty Images Europe)
Kate and Charlotte as they arrived in Germany this morning
(Image: PA)
Charlotte holding flowers while George looks tired
(Image: PA)

Video Loading

The mini Royal offered her hand to Rob Rider, one of the German dignitaries after the plane landed.

READ ALSO:   Powerlifter who shrunk from 19 stone to a size 10 can now lift what she used to weigh

She was then offered a bouquet of flowers, which she held elegantly while holding her mum’s hand.

Charlotte and Kate twinned outfits today as they both dressed in blue for the second part of their five day trip.

Charlotte walks politely, holding her mum’s hand
(Image: Daily Mirror)
Charlotte has been all smiles today
(Image: PA)
Charlotte dressed in blue to match her mum
(Image: Getty Images Europe)

Video Loading

The tiny princess looked cute in her little dress with matching shoes, while mum Kate stunned in a royal blue dress, matching coat with her hair tied back in a sophisticated chignon.

But while Charlotte walked politely as they arrived in Berlin this morning, grumpy Prince George threw yet another strop.

The four-year-old was seen looking glum as he was forced to make his way towards German dignitaries waiting to greet him off the plane.

READ ALSO:   The ridiculous habit that's adding an extra £33 to your shopping bill - but you don't have to fall for it

He eventually managed a handshake with the help of his dad, but looked rather tired.

George doesn’t look as happy as his sister today
(Image: AFP)
Little George in a bit of a strop in Berlin
(Image: REUTERS)
George rubbing his eyes as they came off the plane in Germany
(Image: Getty Images Europe)
Prince George meets German dignitaries after getting off the plane from Poland
(Image: Getty Images Europe)

The Royal children were seen today for the second time this week.

On Monday they were snapped as they arrived in Poland for the start of the Royal tour.

Little Charlotte was dressed in a pretty red dress- teamed with her Uncle Harry’s old shoes – as they landed in Warsaw.

The red buckled pair of shoes were seen on Harry back in 1986 , aged almost two, in a photo session with Princess Diana and Prince Charles, People reports.

Charlotte borrows her uncle Harry’s red shoes
(Image: WireImage)
Prince of Wales and Princess of Wales pose with their sons Prince William and Prince Harry
Prince Harry as a kid wearing the red shoes
(Image: Getty)
The family began their tour in Poland on Monday
(Image: PA)

Prince William and Kate attracted huge crowds earlier today as they appeared at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.

READ ALSO:   Cancer patient had TEN organs removed and six replaced after four-stone tumour spread through body

Fans and admirers gathered at the famous landmark to welcome them to the country and the Duchess of Cambridge had an instant German lesson as she spoke to waiting fans.

A crowd of around 2,000 gathered in the city centre, just yards from where the Berlin Wall used to stand.

The Royal couple then moved on to pay their respects at Berlin’s memorial to the Holocaust.

William and Kate went to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, a huge sculpture evoking a graveyard in the centre of the German capital.

They walked through the memorial after touring an underground museum which tells the story of the extermination of six million Jews.

The family arrived in Berlin today for the second leg of their tour
(Image: PA)

Kate and William studied displays depicting families forced into ghettos, slave labour, concentration camps and death marches and met a German Jewish survivor of Auschwitz, where 1.1 million perished.

After their moving visit, they then attended a garden party at Straßenkinder, a charity for disadvantaged young people, with several children throwing themselves at Kate for a cuddle.

The Duke and Duchess then met with President Steinmeier at Bellevue Palace.

This evening they are due to go to another garden party at the Ambassador’s residence.

content_copyCategorized under

About author

No Comments

comment No comments yet

You can be first to leave a comment

Submit an answer

info_outline

Your data will be safe!

Your e-mail address will not be published. Also other data will not be shared with third person.