Princess Charlotte may be the sassiest Royal, here’s why

Princess Charlotte is Prince William and Kate’s second child. She has made it clear that she is headstrong and confident. This one public appearance proved that.

At just 6-years-old, Princess Charlotte has made it very clear that she knows what she wants and is a confident and headstrong girl. She has already got a reputation for being the most assertive and headstrong out of all of the Duke and Duchess’s children.

Princess Charlotte at Christmas

There is one particular public appearance that shows Princess Charlotte’s confident attitude and that was on Christmas Day in 2019. Every Christmas, the Royal Family spends the day at the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk. This particular year, when they were returning home after the church service, royal fans were standing outside ready to greet the Royal Family. Many of them had gifts for the young Princess, one of which was a beautiful bouquet of white roses.

Usually, when a Royal is handed a gift from the public, they gracefully accept it and then hand it over to one of the royal aides that follow so they are free to greet the rest of the people and accept other gifts.

It would seem that Princess Charlotte doesn’t agree with this custom. Princess Charlotte loved the bouquet so much that when a royal aide offered to carry them for her she shook her head and refused to let go of them.

Royal expert Katie Nicholl previously told The Mirror:

Charlotte is the most buoyant and outgoing of the three Cambridge children.

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Her role models

It isn’t really surprising that Princess Charlotte is as confident and headstrong as she is when you look at some of her role models. One of them being her great-grandmother, the Queen. She is known to be just as outspoken.

In fact, for one of her Jubilee celebrations earlier this year, when she was to cut a cake made for her, she questioned why it was upside down, and they said it was for the press, the Queen replied:

I don’t mind, I don’t matter.

Then after putting the knife through the top of the cake she said:

Someone else can do the rest.
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