Princess Charlotte refuses to hold William's hand as young royal beams on balcony

The young princess was joined by her siblings Prince George and Prince Louis as they stood to watch the stunning display of aircraft fly overhead. Members of the Royal Family returned to the palace to wave at crowds following an appearance at Horse Guards Parade for Trooping the Colour.

Princess Charlotte beamed, laughed and raised her hands enthusiastically as she watched the flypast from Buckingham Palace balcony with her family. 

The duke and duchess’ younger two children, Louis and Charlotte, were also spotted peering out of the central window at Horse Guards Parade as Louis pointed out towards the ceremony.

The Platinum Jubilee saw the princess make her debut in the carriage procession by riding with her mum, the Duchess of Cambridge, as well as her brothers.


All three of the Cambridge children have played a part in the ceremony in the past, but never to this scale.

The crowds were treated to the sight of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis with proud parent Kate and their step-grandmother Camilla in a carriage procession.

As the spectators waved at the young royals the trio waved back in their first major public outing for a Jubilee.

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During a Christmas pantomime play in 2020, Charlotte let go of her dad’s hand as they approached the entrance to the theatre.

As Prince William reached down to hold it again, the Princess seemed more interested in lapping on the moment on her own, leaving the Duke of Cambridge to give her a small stroke on the head instead.

On this historic occasion, the princess was seen on the balcony wearing a cornflower blue dress. 

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