Kate Middleton was "scolded" by a senior royal over Charlotte's "behaviour" at Queen Elizabeth II's funeral.
The "bad behaviour" reportedly exhibited by Princess Charlotte is rumoured to have annoyed Camilla, which resulted in her frowning and pointing at the Princess, before giving the Princess of Wales a harsh stare.
Princess Charlotte, seven, and her older brother Prince George, nine, surprised the world when they took part in the monarch's state funeral possession last month.
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However, when the two eldest children of Kate and Prince William reached Westminster's Welling Arch, George appeared to pinch his sister, according to MyLondon.
Having then felt her brother's force, the Princess yelped out in pain and swiftly turned around to stare at George, before facing forwards to say "ow!"
While some royals, such as Meghan Markle, saw the cute side of it as she tilted her head and smiled at the young siblings, an annoyed Queen Camilla is rumoured to have frowned and pointed at Charlotte, before giving the Princess of Wales a harsh stare.
Camilla then frowned and pointed at the seven-year-old before turning to Kate and saying "take her".
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The moment was also captured on live TV and eagle-eyed viewers were quick to point out the "disagreement" between the pair.
Those watching the state funeral on their televisions at home were quick to take to social media to share their thoughts about the commotion.
One person tweeted: "Looks like Prince George and Princess Charlotte have a small disagreement. Look at The Queen Consort Camilla."
While another said: "What did Charlotte say when she turned back around? Was it wow? Ow? Cow?".
The royal children are used to appearing at royal events in public, which are sometimes broadcast live on TV, and usually are immaculately behaved.
Reportedly, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are expected to attend King Charles III's Coronation next year alongside their parents.
It has been said the two eldest – who are currently second and third in the line of succession – will use their expected attendance at the coronation on May 6, 2023, as training for their future as senior royals.
In other occasions, the three Cambridge kids attended the late sovereign's Platinum Jubilee in June and were captured waving to the crowds.
They also appeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony with the late Queen and other senior royals to watch a spectacular six-minute flypast involving more than 70 aircraft.
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