Confident Princess Charlotte sends royal fans wild after she was filmed flipping her hair as she arrived with her mother and brother for the Queen’s funeral 

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  • Princess Charlotte attended the Queen’s funerals in London and Windsor yesterday
  • Seven-year-old attends service at Westminster Abbey with Kate Middleton
  • As she entered the church, she was seen twirling her hair from her shoulder
  • Fans Went Crazy For The Moment And This Isn’t His First Time Hinting
  • Queen’s funeral: All the latest news and coverage from the royal family

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Princess Charlotte has been flooded with praise by royal fans for ‘that hair flip’ as she arrived at the Queen’s funeral in London yesterday.

The two eldest children of the Prince and Princess of Wales, George, the heir to the throne, nine, and his younger sister, seven, joined the senior royal family at the Queen’s funeral yesterday, attending both a state funeral and a comedy service in London took. Windsor.

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As the little princess arrived at the service, the schoolgirl flaunted her dark blonde locks over and over again — and those on social media went wild in the moment.

One commented: ‘She is queen material!!! Love this baby!’ While another added: ‘Charlotte will definitely be something special, she radiates it’.

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Princess Charlotte has been flooded with praise by royal fans for ‘that hair flip’ as she arrived at the Queen’s funeral in London yesterday

As the little princess arrived at the service, the schoolgirl flaunted her dark blonde locks over and over again — and those on social media went wild in the moment

As the little princess arrived at the service, the schoolgirl flaunted her dark blonde locks over and over again — and those on social media went wild in the moment

The third joked: ‘Already an icon and he got his mama’s hair out. Anna Wintour was probably thinking, I can’t wait for her to turn 18 so she can be on the cover of Vogue.’

Another wrote: ‘Princess Charlotte has a powerful presence for such a young age!’

Another said, ‘Princess Charlotte was definitely the star of the day. ‘Her little horse shoe brooch is a gift from the Queen.’

Another agreed, saying: ‘Love her! I think she’s my new favorite royal!’

Many royal fans went online after seeing the little princess's adorable moment

Many royal fans went online after seeing the little princess's adorable moment

Many royal fans went online after seeing the little princess’ adorable moment (pictures left and right)

The little royal can be seen waving her hair behind her shoulder as she arrives at tomorrow's event

The little royal can be seen waving her hair behind her shoulder as she arrives at tomorrow’s event

Seven-year-old girl reaches up and brushes her hair from her chest and back of her shoulder before the service

Seven-year-old girl reaches up and brushes her hair from her chest and back of her shoulder before the service

One commented: ‘So young and yet so ready.’

Another added: ‘She’s definitely going to be in charge just like her Auntie Anne!’

‘What a lovely little lady Princess Charlotte,’ commented a third.

And this isn’t the first time Princess Charlotte has been seen making the gesture in recent years.

Many royal fans saw the then-four-year-old princess rocking her hair in the same way as she arrived at Thomas’s Battersea in South London for her first day of school in 2019.

Many royal fans are going crazy online at the moment, and are praising Charlotte's 'powerful presence'.

Many royal fans are going crazy online at the moment, and are praising Charlotte’s ‘powerful presence’.

Yesterday marked Charlotte’s highest-profile appearance to date, with the little princess seen as worried and in deep thought as she attended the historic Queen’s funeral.

Her Majesty made her final and saddest visit from Westminster Hall as Britain mourned its longest-serving monarch and the royals said goodbye to a beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.

Her Majesty made her final and saddest visit from Westminster Hall as Britain mourned its longest-reigning monarch and the royal family said goodbye to a beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.

For George and Charlotte, the Princess of Wales, 40, made a reassuring presence the entire time, her daughter’s hand held tightly to the family as they arrived at Westminster Abbey.

A smile for 'gan-gan': Princess Charlotte smiles shyly as she poses with her brother and senior royals at Westminster Abbey (pictured from left: Meghan Markle, Sophie Wessex, Princess Charlotte, Prince George, Kate Middleton)

A smile for ‘gan-gan’: Princess Charlotte smiles shyly as she poses with her brother and senior royals at Westminster Abbey (pictured from left: Meghan Markle, Sophie Wessex, Princess Charlotte, Prince George, Kate Middleton)

A guiding hand, pictured by the young royals arriving at Westminster Abbey before the funeral

A guiding hand, pictured by the young royals arriving at Westminster Abbey before the funeral

Responsibility: Head bowed, Prince Charlotte and Prince George walk between the Prince and Princess of Wales as they follow the Queen's coffin to church

Responsibility: Head bowed, Prince Charlotte and Prince George walk between the Prince and Princess of Wales as they follow the Queen’s coffin to church

Princess Charlotte wore a black mourning coat with a velor collar and matching wide-brimmed hat, while George wore a navy blue suit with a black tie.

Prince George appeared mature beyond his years, appreciating the history of the moment, and waited patiently as his father, Prince William, arrived at the abbey after following the Queen’s coffin.

Princess Charlotte was seen giving her older brother Prince George a lesson in royal protocol during the Queen’s final farewell.

Following Her Majesty’s funeral at Westminster Abbey yesterday, the Queen’s coffin was seen on her way to Windsor, telling her brother that she ‘must bow’.

Sombre: George and Charlotte sing hymns during the funeral service, each seated next to their mother, the Princess of Wales

Sombre: George and Charlotte sing hymns during the funeral service, each seated next to their mother, the Princess of Wales

The Queen's great-grandsons, clearly aware of the enormity of the day, stand silently beside their mother before waiting for their father to arrive.  To his right, the Duchess of Sussex stands next to him

The Queen’s great-grandsons, clearly aware of the enormity of the day, stand silently beside their mother before waiting for their father to arrive. To his right, the Duchess of Sussex stands next to him

A family in mourning: From left: The Duchess of Sussex, the Queen Consort, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Catherine, Princess of Wales, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex stand outside Westminster Abbey after the state funeral

A family in mourning: From left: The Duchess of Sussex, the Queen Consort, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Catherine, Princess of Wales, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex stand outside Westminster Abbey after the state funeral

Prince George, 9, looks nervous as he moves to his seat inside Westminster Abbey with his mother and sister

Princess Charlotte is seen adjusting her hat;  The young man wore a horseshoe brooch on his mourning coat, a gift from his great-great-grandmother the Queen

Princess Charlotte is seen adjusting her hat; The young man wore a horseshoe brooch over his mourning coat, a gift from his great-great-grandmother, the Queen. Right: Princess Charlotte is seen adjusting her hat; The young man wore a horseshoe brooch on his mourning coat, a gift from his great-great-grandmother the Queen

As the coffin passed by the young royals, Princess Charlotte can be seen telling her brother ‘you have to bow down’. The elder child is seen taking down his sister’s instructions on the board…

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