Remember the grumpy kid from William and Kate's wedding? Here's how happy she is now!

Looking back at the grumpy kid from William and Kate's wedding who stole the show with her expression.

                            Remember the grumpy kid from William and Kate's wedding? Here's how happy she is now!
Prince William and Kate Middleton (Source:Getty Images)

Prince William and Kate Middleton got married seven years ago on 29 April 2011 and the wedding gave us a lot to remember it by. However, there was one person in particular who stole the thunder from the couple- the grumpy girl who refused to smile for any of the pictures. 

Grace Van Cutsem, then three, was one of the youngest at the bridal party and while many would give anything to be next to Kate and William on their special day, Grace was not too pleased with her duty. Well, at least her expression made us think so. Moments after her pictures surfaced on the Internet, she became a viral sensation. She was undoubtedly the subject for a lot of memes.

To make matters worse, as the crowd cheered for the newlywed couple, Grace could not help but close her ears with the help of her hands and make a disinterested expression. Grace, is the granddaughter of late Hugh van Cutsem, an English landowner, banker, businessman, and horse breeder who was a close friend of Prince Charles. 

Her mom,  Rose Astor, who runs a high-end private club for children and their parents, often shares the adorable pictures of her three daughters. Grace, who is now 10 now may not know why she became a sensation back when Prince William and Kate got married, tends to spend her day by doing what every other 10 years old would - playing.

In all the pictures that are shared by Rose of her daughter, Grace can be seen enjoying her day by reading a book, spending time with her family or just being a carefree little girl. Let us not forget the gorgeous person she has grown up to become. In fact, her younger cousin will be a bridesmaid for Harry and Meghan's wedding. Looks like she is passing on her baton but while she is at it, she sure is not missing out on life.