A curtsy for ‘Gan Gan’! Royal fans melt at ‘adorable’ Princess Charlotte as she dips her knee to the Queen during Christmas Day service at Sandringham – calling it ‘the cutest thing ever’
- Charlotte, four, attended first Christmas Day church service in Sandringham
- Young royal copied mother Kate Middleton, 38,and curtseyed to the Queen, 93
- Public took to social media and branded the ‘sweet’ footage ‘cute’ and ‘adorable’
Royal fans were sent into meltdown after ‘adorable’ Princess Charlotte curtseyed to the Queen on her first Christmas Day church service in Sandringham on Wednesday.
The young royal, four, and her brother George, six, walked the short distance from Sandringham House to St Mary Magdalene Church hand in hand with their parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The Prince of Wales walked alongside them but one-year-old Prince Louis stayed at the house.
Following the ‘sweet’ footage, which was shared on Twitter by Isa, members of the public praised Princess Charlotte for being so ‘well mannered.’
‘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!’ enthused one, while a second branded the moment ‘the cutest thing ever.’
Princess Charlotte, four, attempted a curtsy to the Queen as she attended the Christmas Day Church service with her mother, Kate Middleton, at Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on December 25, 2019 in King’s Lynn (pictured together)
The young royal (pictured). who could be seen holding onto one side of her green coat in a bid to replicate her mother’s curtsy, was branded ‘adorable’ by social media users
A third called the clip ‘beyond adorable,’ while a fourth noted: ‘Princess Charlotte is so adorable. Her polite curtsy to the Queen is done with such grace.’
‘There are no lack in 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!’
In the brief video footage, mum Kate can be seen curtsying, before the young royal copies as the monarch exits the church.
And while one said it had ‘made their day,’ another simply commented: ‘Soooooooo sweet.’
Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Catherine stand with Princess Anne and the Duchess of Cornwall
Many took to social media to praise Princess Charlotte for being so ‘well mannered,’ while others said the sweet video footage was ‘the cutest thing ever’ (pictred)
A third noted: ‘She also offered the minister her hand to shake, as they were leaving the church grounds, after seeing her mother do the same!’ while another penned: ‘She is adorable and a beautiful little girl!’
A further commented: ‘Omg the way she pulls out her little coat before the curtsy.’
Others attending the main morning service included Princess Beatrice and her fiance, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
The 93-year-old Queen, wearing a red coat and hat, arrived at the church in a maroon Bentley with the Duchess of Cornwall.
The Duke of Edinburgh, 98, who was discharged from hospital on Christmas Eve, was at Sandringham but did not attend church.
He had spent four nights at the King Edward VII Hospital in London to receive treatment for a ‘pre-existing condition’.
Another commented how the curtsy was done with ‘such grace,’ before praising the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for the way they have brought their children up (pictured)