Kate Middleton Swivels From Race Into Mom Mode When Charlotte Teases Crowd
Hundreds of onlookers were entertained by Princess Charlotte who chose to stick her tongue out instead!
According to Express, a year ago she insisted one poor pap wasn't invited to Prince Louis' christening at St George's Chapel, telling the man: "You're not coming!"
George and Charlotte were there to cheer their parents on and certainly didn't seem fazed by the attention on them.
Is there anything the future Queen can't do?
Kate and William were seen posing alongside the King's Cup charity ambassadors, Fara Williams, Dan Snow, Bear Grylls, John Bishop, Katie Thistleton, and Helen Glover before boarding their boats.
Members of the public watched the race which was won by explorer Bear Grylls.
For the race, William and Kate acted as skippers on two of the boats.
Kate arrived at the event wearing a nautical-themed outfit - a striped Sandro top, LK Bennett pants and her Superga trainers - before changing into her sailing gear.
William also looked smart in a blue suit jacket and matching shirt before changing for the event.
The race took place a day earlier than planned due to the forecast of bad weather.
The race was held a day early after the Met Office warned of rain, high, winds and thunder.
After competing in the King's Cup charity race on Thursday, August 8, Kate Middleton brought her oldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, out to wave to the crowds above the prize-giving stage.
And this will not be the first time they have indulged in sport rivalry.
Prince William and Middleton took on the role of captains for their competing vessels.
Meghan Markle, 38, has come under fire for her "virtue signalling" Vogue edition, which she helped to guest edit. Younger sibling Prince Louis was not spotted in the crowd-presumably too young for the event, he was likely at home.
William's four causes are Child Bereavement UK, Centrepoint, London's Air Ambulance and Tusk.