Princess Charlotte’s subtle, caring gesture to Queen proves she’s inferior to Kate, says an expert


Princess Charlotte and her brothers Prince George and Prince Louis joined their great-grandmother the Queen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for the final moment of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations

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The Queen and her family appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace

Princess Charlotte showed her sensitive, caring side with a subtle gesture towards her great-grandmother, the Queen, during her appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the final moments of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The young Queen joined the monarch, Prince Charles, Camilla, her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and her brothers George and Louis for the historic moment after the People’s Parade.

But body language expert Judi James revealed that Charlotte’s quick act proved how similar she is to her mother Kate.

She told The Mirror: “Charlotte stood at attention and sang the anthem as confidently as Louis next to her, but again showed her sensitive, caring side.

Princess Charlotte wanted to make sure her great-grandmother was okay


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“When Beatrice sobbed uncontrollably during Prince Philip’s funeral service, it was Charlotte who gave her a worried look and prompted Beatrice to smile to show she was fine.

“Here, it was Charlotte who gave her great-grandmother a similar worried look as the family sang the national anthem.

“She seems to have inherited this trait from Kate, who was constantly petting Louis to keep him happy and bending down to his height to speak to him once he had taken his place in the lineup.”

The Queen was forced to miss Friday and Saturday engagements, which included Epsom Derby and a Thanksgiving service, after the first day of events left her in pain. She has suffered from a number of mobility issues in recent months.

It was a very special moment for the royal family


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Charlotte joined her proud parents and her brothers on the balcony of Buckingham Palace



Judi also believes their engagements over the long weekend have taught us a lot about the Cambridge family.

As well as traditional engagements, we’ve also seen them in a much more relaxed setting, including singing and dancing at the BBC’s ‘Party at the Palace’ concert.

She said: “William towered over the group but his proud smile has grown steadily over the weekend.

“His and Kate’s hard work with their children has clearly paid off.

“Not only were they happy and playful with the Tindalls, but they produced multiple PDAs in a very natural and spontaneous way to signal unity and strong bonds across the generations.”

We’ve seen a number of adorable moments from Princess Charlotte over the anniversary, including her attempts to calm her agitated little brother during their carriage ride at Trooping the Colour. She knocks down his overly enthusiastic wave before holding his hand.

She was also spotted sharing a sweet, intimate moment with mum Kate as they watched the party at the Palace on Saturday night.

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