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Princess Charlotte’s rollercoaster of emotions at Commonwealth Games – best photos

During the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, her brother Prince Louis recently won over the nation with his hilarious facial expressions, but on Tuesday, Princess Charlotte took the stage.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge brought their seven-year-old daughter to Birmingham for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.


Princess Charlotte gave her dad the thumbs up
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Little Charlotte made several recognizable facial expressions while watching the relays at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre, where they were also joined by the Earl of Wessex and his wife Sophie.

William and Kate, who are both 40 years old, gave each other a kiss and then took their seats. They appeared happy to see Edward and Sophie again.


The young royal with her parents Prince William and Kate
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Princess Charlotte appeared very tense at one point, dropping her jaw, and then she cheekily stuck her tongue out.

The young royal, in contrast, looked adorable in a Peter Pan collared striped summer dress and white strappy sandals.


The seven-year-old appeared to be enjoying the Commonwealth Games
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Luke Turley, who is competing in the 1,500-meter freestyle for England, received support from the crowd and the royals. Charlotte first rolled her eyes at her father’s remark, but as Luke’s heat ended, she smiled.

Later, at Birmingham University, Charlotte showed some curiosity and apprehension about her surroundings and the people there, but she also occasionally held Kate’s hand and received a reassuring arm around the shoulder from William.


Charlotte appeared a little apprehensive at times
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The young princess admitted that gymnastics was her favorite sport, and she joined a workshop on nutrition to help her parents sort pictures of foods like nuts, bread, and grapes into the appropriate categories for protein, carbohydrates, antioxidants, and healthy fats.

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She was seen playing with her pigtails
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There is no denying Princess Charlotte seems to be a sports fanatic like her parents. Prior to the Lionesses’ victory at the Euros on Sunday, the heir apparent who is fourth in line for the throne earlier this week sent them a good luck video message.


The royal looking downcast
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Prince William said in the video clip: “We both want to say good luck to the Lionesses tonight. We are supporting you all the way because of the amazing job you did in the competition.”


It was a long day for Charlotte
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The young Princess, who was hugging her father, continued: “Hope you succeed, and good luck. Bye.”

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