Kate Middleton's brilliant response to Princess Charlotte sticking her tongue out at crowd comes in for praise
Parents across social media are complimenting Kate Middleton's "fantastic" response where she heartily turned a possibly sticky situation into an adorable one...
Many empathetic and compassionate parents are full of praise at the Duchess of Cambridge's "fantastic" response to her daughter Princess Charlotte who cheekily stuck her tongue out to crowds at the King's Cup regatta at Cowes, Isle of Wight.
Instyle magazine shared the adorable and amusing video on their Instagram page. They captioned the video, "Just when you thought it couldn't get any cuter than the Princess wave. Kate's reaction is absolutely priceless." As Duchess Kate Middleton encouraged her 4-year-old daughter to wave to the crowds, the little royal had other ideas and chose to stick out her tongue to amused onlookers.
Many fans took to social media to comment on how well Kate handled the situation. One fan wrote, "Just a normal child! You can’t control their every move," while another fan shared, "Kate's response was fantastic!" A third fan added, "Kate blows my mind with her grace here! She is so beautiful." A few fans chose to focus on Princess Charlotte and complimented her for behaving like any other child her age. One fan shared, "Kids are the equalizer. It doesn’t matter who you are. Movie star, doctor, athlete, or royal, kids don’t care and it’s their world and they’re going to do what they do. And if you think otherwise... you probably don’t have kids."
Fans branded Princess Charlotte's shenanigans 'cute' and many said it made their day. Some fans compared little Charlotte to other members of the royal family. A few said she takes after her uncle, the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry. While some others compared her to her late grandmother, Princess Diana.
Both Prince William and Kate Middleton were cheered on by their number-one fans Prince George and Princess Charlotte as they competed in the star-studded inaugural King's Cup Regatta in the Isle of Wight. The youngsters were seen supporting their father and mother who are racing against each other. The two royal siblings watched the star-studded event from a boat. The competition also saw the likes of celebrities such as Bear Grylls, comedian John Bishop, and Olympic champion rower Helen Glover.