Princess Charlotte has picked up a rather cheeky habit from her uncle Prince Harry – and it's very, very cute.
The little royal was spotted sticking her tongue out at well-wishers and photographers after watching her parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge go head to head in a sailing race .
Mum Kate took her to look out of a window after the Isle of Wight race, but instead of practising her royal wave Charlotte stuck out her tongue.
Her uncle Prince Harry was known for poking his tongue out at photographers when he was a little boy, so there is a chance he might have been passing on his cheeky habits to his niece.
There are countless photos of a young Harry pulling the adorable face, including some at important events such as Trooping the Colour and Royal weddings.
However mum Kate didn't seem overly impressed when she realised what her daughter was doing.
Even though she's smiling broadly and giggling, she leans forward to say something to Charlotte before turning her away from the window to make her stop.
It wasn't the first time we've seen the little princess pulling the face, and she was also caught doing it on the way to Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle last year.
Kate's parents Carol and Micheal Middleton took Charlotte and her brother Prince George to watch the royal couple go head to head in the King's Cup.
George looked adorable in a little sailor's hat as he watched Kate, William and a group of celebrities including Bear Grylls, John Bishop and Helen Glover battle it out for the historical trophy.
He was wearing a blue and white striped t-shirt for the fun day out and showed off an adorable gappy smile after losing his two front teeth.
Charlotte wore a blue dress and both kids had life jackets on as they took to the water.
Kate and Wills were skippers of their own boats in the race competing against six other teams – with each representing one of the couple's charities.
They looked the part in all the sailing gear, and could be seen getting in some last-minute training ahead of the race which started 30 minutes later than scheduled.
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