Princess Charlotte had a little accident while standing with her family during the Trooping the Colour ceremony on Saturday, June 9. Prince William and Kate Middleton’s adorable three-year-old slipped and fell down, possibly hitting her head on the railing. The Duchess, who was standing behind her daughter, quickly rushed to her aid to comfort her – picking her up for a few brief moments after she became upset. The little royal snuggled close to her mommy and wiped her face before being put down. Charlotte didn’t let her mishap get the best of her.
VIEW GALLERY Princess Charlotte took a tumble during the Trooping the Colour Photo: Getty Images
The tot quickly flashed her smile and enjoyed the remainder of the ceremony next to cousin Savannah Phillips. Throughout the ceremony, Charlotte, who matched her mother the Duchess of Cambridge in a pale blue dress, was all smiles as she stood next to her cousin and on the opposite side of her four-year-old brother Prince George. Always the star of the show, Charlotte treated royal watchers to a couple of waves.
VIEW GALLERY Once again the little royals stole the show during the Queen's birthday celebration Photo: Getty Images
On the other side of Charlotte, her older cousin Savannah kept things together. While watching the flypast, the seven-year-old hilariously placed her hand over Prince George’s mouth when he began to giggle. In another moment, the Queen’s great-granddaughter bent down to shush the future king during the national anthem. The little royals were joined on the balcony of Kensington Palace by other members of their family including Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne, Princess Beatrice, Isla Phillips, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who made her first appearance at the celebration.