Charlotte, the younger brother of Louis Prince, attended the coronation of her grandfather Charles, alongside Middleton Kate and William, her parents, who are also Prince and Princess.
Instead of performing the role of an official page to honor the Monarch, George, the eldest son of Kate and William, did not attend the historic event with the rest of his family.
Assisting the king in the official procession through Westminster Abbey, George and a group of other boys of the same age held their lengthy velvet robes. This role, which had been previously announced by Buckingham Palace, was fulfilled by them.
The video of Charlotte catching sight of her brother as Charles exited the abbey, which was shared on TikTok by the user billy_hargrove1886 on June 22, has garnered more than 3 million views on the platform.
After appearing on the spot, Prince William turns to Princess George, continuing to sing the national anthem with smiles, inviting the rest of the 2,000 guests to witness the coronation service.
Many people have praised her heartwarming response, with over 200 comments and more than 290,000 likes, on the viral video called “Princess Charlotte admiring the Future King.”
“I’m quite certain Charlotte is genuinely proud of her brother and perhaps she’s starting to comprehend his future,” stated one TikTok user.
🥰 Someone else shared, “So much respect for this,” with a mention of Prince William, adding, “Well, as a parent, it wouldn’t be too challenging to hold back tears of happiness and emotions.”
Charles was crowned alongside Queen Camilla in a religious ceremony that followed a program that had been written down almost a millennium ago. His coronation occurred on May 6th.
Louis, Charlotte, and George, along with Kate and William, were among the royal family members who participated in a procession from the palace to the abbey. After the service, the 40th reigning monarch, Charles, was crowned at Westminster Abbey in central London.
An aerial procession was observed above London, and the event was celebrated by the multitude of well-wishers who had assembled to welcome the members of the royal family on the balcony upon their arrival at the palace.