Princess Charlotte sticks out her tongue at regatta

Charlotte and her older brother, Prince George, stole the show as their parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton, competed in The King's Cup.
0:52 | 08/09/19

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And now to prince George and princess Charlotte. The two siblings tagged along with mom and dad for a day on the water where duchess Kate and prince William were competing in the king's cup regatta. Prince George, looking more like a captain in that adorable hat, but princess Charlotte stole the show sticking out her tongue. It's her signature move and duchess Kate was a good sport and better sport when she came in last out of the whole race and won a large wooden spoon. Now, if you're wondering what I did all morning I tried to figure out why large Wooten spoon? What's the answer? Couldn't find it. I have no idea. It's not an oar. It's literally a wooden spoon. It's the only gift you could give a royal. She's got everything else. Participation trophy. Coming in second was a large spatula, people.

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