Princess Charlotte dipping her knee to Queen in 'adorable' curtsey on Christmas Day is the 'cutest thing ever'
The four-year-old and her six-year-old brother Prince George made their debut walk from Sandringham House to St Mary Magdalene Church with their parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton
Royal fans and followers melted after the "adorable" Princess Charlotte curtseyed to the Queen on her first Christmas Service in Sandringham on Wednesday, December 25.
The four-year-old and her six-year-old brother Prince George made their debut walk from Sandringham House to St Mary Magdalene Church with their parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton.
A video clip of Charlotte curtseying to the Queen was shared on Twitter as social media users complimented Charlotte for being very "well mannered".
One fan commented on the video clip and wrote, "Okay but Charlotte's curtsied to the Queen! OMG! So cute! Her momma didn't first but she did it and she did it like a true Princess! she held her coat and curtseyed! So freaking cute!" while a second social media user shared, "the cutest thing ever."
A third fan shared, "Princess Charlotte is so adorable. Her polite curtsy to the Queen is done with such grace. There are no lack of manners to the Queen. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are raising very polite young royal children and it shows. Merry Christmas to the Royal family!"
Another impressed member of the public shared, "Omg the way she pulls out her little coat before the curtsy." In the short video, Kate Middleton can be seen curtsying first before Charlotte does the same as the Queen leaves the church.
We had previously reported that the two young royal siblings were seen making their royal walkabout debut as they went to church to attend the Christmas Day service.
The debut walk was a rite of passage and a significant milestone in the young royals' lives. The children delighted the crowd by hugging well-wishers who had gathered.
Apart from William and Kate's third child, Prince Louis, the only other royal who was missing was Prince Andrew.
The Duke of York had been stripped off his royal duties over his disastrous interview with BBC regarding his association with late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Andrew did not attend the 11 am service and chose to remain with his father, Prince Philip.