Did you notice the most adorable father-daughter interaction between Princess Charlotte and Prince William when they visited a local scout hut in Slough as part of the Big Help Out in early May?
Charlotte and her two brothers, George and Louis, enjoyed making hand prints on the wall while having fun at the scout hut with their parents while using the bow and arrows and roasting marshmallows.
Prince William’s only daughter can be heard asking her father to paint his hand and calling him “papa” in the endearing clip, which has since gone viral on TikTok. Aw! Choosing the color blue for Charlotte’s creation, The Prince of Wales was having a great time.
He was obviously speaking to someone when he abruptly stopped when Charlotte called for her father, as one royal watcher put it. That is so priceless. Another person commented, “Charlotte calls William papa, while William calls Charles pa.”
They are the cutest father-daughter team, a third person chimed in.
Prince Louis, Charlotte’s younger brother, aged 5, delighted royal fans during their visit as well by taking on an archery challenge, gardening with William, and sweetly thanking a helper for making him a s’more. People laughed as they saw Charlotte drop her ‘s’more’ and then quickly pick it back up and eat it again.
One person commented on TikTok about the funny moment, writing: “Love Louis, but did you see Charlotte do a 5-second rule on the snack she dropped lol,” while another added: “Notice how Charlotte eats the food that fell on the grass! I adore watching the royal family go about their daily lives.
After the royal visit, Scout leader Simon Carter spoke with HELLO! about it and said: “Generally they had a really, really relaxed time, which was probably what was needed after the last few days [following the King’s coronation].”
He continued, “He was really excited. ” When asked how Louis had behaved on his first official engagement. At the conclusion, they were each given a Big Help Out badge, and as a result, each received a Scouts scarf.
Since they witnessed their grandfather’s coronation in early May, a few days after Charlotte celebrated her eighth birthday, it has been a very busy time for the royal kids. George stood with Camilla’s grandsons and served as one of Charles’ pages for the historic occasion, while Charlotte and Louis attended the event with their parents.
Even though Louis briefly left the service midway through for a planned break, the group was praised for their impeccable behavior throughout. Charles sent out a special coronation message before the celebrations came to an end, saying: “My wife and I just wanted to share our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to all who have helped to make this such a special occasion.
“We give special thanks to the countless individuals who devoted their time and effort to making sure that the celebrations in London, Windsor, and other places were as joyful, secure, and enjoyable as possible. We would like to express our gratitude to everyone who participated in the festivities, whether it was at home, at street parties and lunches, or by giving back to their communities.