14 Photos that Prove Princess Charlotte Is Just Like Her Dad Prince William
In her few short years (she turned four the other day!) Princess Charlotte has made quite an impression. Every time the young royal appears in public, she's captured showing a hint—or more—of sass. Looking back, it's clear she got this character trait from her father, Prince William. In his younger years, Will was also confident and friendly, endearing royal watchers to their future king from the jump. Here, photographic evidence that both Princess Charlotte and Prince William are natural crowd-pleasers.
At just under three years old, young William strolled right up to meet a member of the Red Devils parachute team.
While Princess Charlotte and her family were visiting Germany in the summer of 2017, the princess happily greeted someone at the Berlin Airport.
Just after Prince Harry was born, Will visited his younger brother in the Lindo Wing, and took a moment to wave to the crowd afterwards.
Charlotte took part in Princess Eugenie's wedding to Jack Brooksbank this past fall—and even managed to steal the spotlight for a moment.
At just a year and a half old, William was captured enjoying some time outdoors at Kensington Palace.
Just before his second birthday, Prince William endeared himself to the press with a sassy stance.
Years later, William's only daughter struck a similar pose, much to her mother's amusement.
In October 1984, Princess Diana and Prince William took a sweet portrait, which showed how close the two were.
Princess Charlotte bonds with her mother, Kate Middleton, during a polo event.
In 1985, while on a trip to in Venice, Italy, Prince William demonstrated his talent for working the crowd.
Charlotte was even younger when she threw up her hands during the 2016 Trooping the Color event.
(Her brother, meanwhile, seems to have been less enthused.)
Will gets silly with Harry and Diana in the gardens of Highgrove House in Gloucestershire.
Charlotte had a great time running around in Gloucester's Beaufort Park polo grounds.
*This article originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com
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