One of the tender moments left by the recent departure of the British royal family to the religious service at Sandringham, has Princess Charlotte as the protagonist.
The daughter of Prince William and Princess Kate Middleton stole the attention of a little boy who was waiting for the princess as she left the church to give her flowers, a gesture, although innocent, aroused all kinds of comments because it is not the first time she does it.
Princess Charlotte steals the show at Sandringham: Who is James Heather?
The little boy was identified, thanks to social networks, as James Heather and waited for Charlotte with his family outside the church of St. Mary Magdalene, near Sandringham House, to give flowers to the daughter of the Prince and Princess of Wales.
Through a fan account of the royal family on Instagram, the little boy is appreciated when in 2019 he handed a bouquet of white roses to the princess, then 4 years old. Now, at 7 years old, he meets his fan again who was captured with the same type of bouquet of roses he gave her the first time.
Little James became known in 2019 when British media reported that he waited for Charlotte for four hours to give her the bouquet of roses that he selected himself because they are his mother’s favorite.
The little boy’s mother revealed on that occasion to The Mirror that she and her son were there from early in the morning to deliver flowers to the princess, flowers that had been chosen by James himself.
“When they came out of the church, Kate came over and said, ‘Are these for Charlotte,’ and then James said, ‘Yes,’ and handed them to her,” the little boy’s mom, named Nakita, revealed. “Charlotte seemed very shy, but you could tell she was happy and then she said ‘thank you’.” She assured that her son was very excited to have successfully gifted the flowers to the princess.