CURIOUS GEORGE STEALS THE SHOW
SHE mighti h be the little girl the whole world wants to see, but her big brother knows how to steal her thunder.
The Sandringham christening of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge was the first time Prince William and wife Catherine appeared with both their children.
Prince George, who turns two later this month, peered into the vintage pram in which his baby sister lay, and bent his tiny knee to bow to his great- grandmother the Queen. On the way to St Mary Magdalene Church, young George waved as he walked alongside.
Princess Charlotte was crying as she was carried into the church. The five godparents were all non- royals, two are cousins – Michael Middleton’s nephew Adam and Princess Diana’s niece Laura Fellowes – while the remaining three were friends James Meade, Thomas van Straubenzee and Sophie Carter.
Kate, who wore an ivory Alexander McQueen coat- dress and Jane Taylor hat, pushed her daughter in a 1950s Millson pram once used by the Queen for Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.
It was a nice touch but one that was also practical because royal aides thought it would offer the public the best opportunity to grab a glimpse of the little Princess Charlotte.
BIG DAY: Princess Catherine carries her daughter Princess Charlotte ( inset above) into the church; ( inset below) Prince George peers into the vintage pram.