Don't Make Me Go! Princess Charlotte Throws a Tantrum on Last Day of Royal Tour

Playing See Duchess Kate Conduct Symphony During European Tour

Princess Charlotte did not seem pleased to be carrying on with her royal duties Friday, as the tot was seen having a little temper tantrum during the last leg of their tour through Poland and Germany. 

Charlotte, 2, was seen stomping her feet on the pavement after it appeared her mother, Duchess Kate, would not hand over the papers she was holding. 

After some words from her mother, the little Princess calmed down, but stumbled and fell to the ground before her mom scooped her up. 

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The royal family was nearing the end of their five-day tour, and had gathered to visit an Airbus training facility, an event on the schedule that included the two children. 

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Earlier in the day, the family visited Hamburg’s new concert hall in Germany.  

Duchess Kate became a maestro for a few minutes as she held the conductor’s baton and led the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra’s first four notes of Beethoven’s Fifth.

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