Princess Charlotte was in the limelight for a moment. On Sunday, Prince William and Kate Middleton’s daughter joined her father in a new video posted to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s official social media account.
“Good luck tonight @lionesses, we’re all cheering for you,” the post was captioned, celebrating the Lionesses women’s soccer team.
In the video, Charlotte sits on William’s lap as he delivers the first half of the message. “We both want to wish the lioness the best for tonight, you did amazingly well in the competition and we are ready for you in every way possible.”
“Success to you. I hope you win, bye,” says the 7-year-old as she smiles and looks at the camera before the video ends.
Charlotte is the spitting image of her father, as her long brown hair flows under her blue polka dot dress. This is the first time the young royal has been seen speaking on her parents’ social media pages. Missing from the video were Kate and the couple’s other children, Prince George, 9, and Prince Louis, 4.
The message was replied in the comments in the form of an official account dedicated to the lioness. “Thank you very much! ,” the team wrote.
The post came ahead of William’s appearance at UEFA Women’s Euro 2022. Duke, who is the president of the Football Association, isn’t the only high-profile person to show the team some love. Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith have both taken to their social media accounts to support the athletes.
William and Kate, who married in 2011, have been giving the world a look at their growing children. Last week, the pair shared an official photo taken by the Duchess in honor of George’s 9th birthday.
Charlotte’s moment on social media also came after her older brother George was out with his parents for another major sporting event. Earlier this month, the young royal made her Wimbledon debut with her mother and father.
George, who was wearing a blue suit, sat in the royal box with William and Kate enjoying the men’s final match with defending champions Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios.
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