Princess Charlotte, 8, wowed everyone in attendance at Westminster Abbey with her immaculate dreamy attire.
The youngest daughter of Prince William and Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton, looked like a real princess out of a fairy tale, with a bejeweled tiara, an elegant cape, and a flared dress that could have been designed by the fashion experts at Disney.
Charlotte entered the Abbey following in her parent’s footsteps, but not before taking the hand of her younger brother, Prince Louis, only 5 years old. She was serious and responsible, aware of the importance of her role. However, she also did not forget her role as a big sister, providing support and reassurance to her younger brother.
Princess Charlotte’s coronation outfit
Princess Charlotte’s outfit, designed by Alexander McQueen, was characterized by minimalist, pure, and elegant lines. The cape, embroidered with small floral details on the front and with a mao collar, matched the look of her younger brother, who wore a Dege and Skinner suit with mao collar and front buttoning, in a clear nod to his father, Prince William.
The elegance of the little princess did not fail to surprise those present, and her impeccable hair in a braided bun and a headdress reminiscent of a ‘mini’ version of her mother’s tiara completed the look.
Undoubtedly, Princess Charlotte continues to prove herself a worthy heir to the elegance and grace of her mother, Kate Middleton.
Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis on the balcony
The little ones of the royal family have played a crucial role in the royal parade that has taken place at Buckingham Palace. Riding in a carriage alongside their parents.
Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have been fascinated by the majesty of the event. Once on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, the children have been the center of attention of the spectators, having the privilege of going out on the balcony with their parents and the rest of the royal family.
Charlotte has shown an enviable tranquility, without losing the detail of everything that was happening around her. For his part, Louis has been a little more nervous, leaning on the building and making small gestures.
Undoubtedly, the small members of the royal family have been able to live up to the event, playing their role with elegance and serenity. Their presence in the procession and the greeting on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, have contributed to creating a historic and unforgettable moment for the British monarchy and for all those who have had the fortune to witness it.