If there’s one thing Princess Charlotte is perfecting every time she makes a public appearance these days, it’s that adorable royal wave.
Having no doubt learned the tricks of the trade from her great-grandmother, the Queen, the three-year-old princess seems to sway between the regal close-fingered waft to a wonkier, wide-handed wave.
And whichever one she chooses for the occasion, we’re all for it.
The three-year-old, who attended the Royal Wedding as one of Eugenie and Jack’s bridesmaids, didn’t disappoint as she greeted crowds through the car window.
Charlotte gave then another off-to-the-side wave as she walked up the steps to the chapel, despite a blustery start to proceedings.
And we’ve known for a while that she has this nailed. This classic regal wave – at Meghan and Harry’s wedding in May – was almost worthy of the Queen.
And then she switched it up, opening her hand up to the adoring crowds when she got out of the car.
She also pleased the royal baby-watchers when she gave them a wave before meeting her newborn brother, Louis, in April.
Two waves, in fact. Perhaps she could give her a brother George a lesson. Looks like he might need one.
Because, to be frank, Charlotte has been out-waving him since she was one.
She got this.