Princess Charlotte threw her hands into the air as she cheered on Commonwealth Games gymnasts with William and Kate today - after joining her parents at the swimming and hockey earlier this afternoon.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, was in high spirits as she arrived at the tournament alongside her husband the Duke, and their seven-year-old daughter, where they took their seats in Sandwell Aquatics Centre to watch the swimming heats, watched the
The mother-of-three appeared trendy in her £1,945 white Alexander McQueen trouser suit for the event, which she first wore during the Caribbean tour earlier this year.
Meanwhile Princess Charlotte, who was wearing a £39 Rachel Riley dress, appeared delighted to be attended the contest, gesturing wildly to her parents as they sat in the stands.
Although Charlotte appeared thrilled by the action, she looked somewhat less impressed by a performance from the Commonwealth Games 2022 mascot, Perry the bull, who put on a dance for her.
Watching Perry punch the air enthusiastically, little Charlotte scrunched up her face and looked perplexed.
However, her apparent lack of enthusiasm didn’t stop the princess from picking up a teddy bear of Perry on her way home after watching the hockey.
Today’s occasion marked the first time the little Princess has joined her parents for a solo outing without one of her brothers, Prince George, eight, and Prince Louis, four.
In a cheeky display, the seven-year-old could be seen clapping along enthusiastically, sticking out her tongue and gasping at moments of action – while her mother tenderly tucked locks of her hair behind her ear which had fallen from her neat plaits.
She went on to watch a hockey match outside with her parents, before she joined them inside the Arena Birmingham where she appeared delighted to be watching the gymnastics.
The little royal is proving to be quite the sporting fan – days ago, she joined her father for a video message in sending her best wishes to the Lionesses ahead of the Euro 2022 final.
Princess Charlotte appears unimpressed by Commonwealth Games mascot
Princess Charlotte, seven, carried a teddy bear of the Commonwealth Games 2022 mascot, Perry the bull, as she left the Women’s Hockey Group Stage match at the University of Birmingham Hockey & Squash Centre on day five of the Games
Charlotte’s parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, carried matching teddy bears as they left the event with their daughter
Kate Middleton, dressed in her favourite Alexander McQueen suit, proudly carried the mascot teddy with her
Kate wore her brunette tresses down and in curls, swept back behind her shoulders
Princess Charlotte looked like the day’s excitement had taken its toll on her as Prince William patted her on the head
Charlotte’s father put his arm around the young princess as she looked exhausted while watching the hockey
Charlotte had more important things to worry about than the hockey match, and was seen picking her nose while other spectators including Sophie Wessex had their eyes on the pitch
Charlotte looked like she was too tired to concentrate as she sat in between her parents in the stands
The young princess put her hands over her face and rubbed her eyes after a long day of energetic support
Despite feeling tired after the day’s events, cheeky Charlotte still had bursts of energy and pulled funny faces as she sat next to her mother, Kate Middleton
The princess twirled her pigtails with her fingers as she sat with her mother, Kate Middleton while Sophie Wessex sat on the row in front
Princess Charlotte, seven, was the star of the show today as she joined her parents Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 40, in Birmingham to cheer athletes competing in the Commonwealth Games today
The little royal clapped cheerfully along during the men’s swimming heats at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre in Birmingham
Thumb’s up for a great day out! The little royal appeared to be having a whale of a time at the event today, offering her father an enthusiastic gesture after the swimming heats
The many faces of Charlotte! The little royal was animated as she sat in the stands and watching the swimming heats earlier this morning
The Duchess could be seen tucking Princess Charlotte’s behind her ear as they sat next to one another at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre today