Princess Charlotte Tells Photographers 'You're Not Coming' to Prince Louis' Baptism

It may have been Prince Louis’ christening, but it was her big sister Princess Charlotte’s sassy off-hand remark that stole the show.
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It may have been Prince Louis' christening, but it was his big sister Princess Charlotte’s sassy off-hand remark that stole the show.

"You’re not coming," the 3-year-old royal told waiting members of the media Monday after her little brother’s baptism at St. James' Palace.

Her father, Prince William, who walked hand-in-hand with his daughter and eldest son, Prince George, appeared to smirk at the remark.

But Princess Charlotte apparently meant business and kept a watchful eye on the photographers as she made her way inside with her family. 

After the 11-week-old was christened, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, hosted a private afternoon tea for their guests, including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker-Bowles. There, guests were served slices of fruit cake from a tier of William and Kate’s wedding cake, according to reports.

Prince Louis' christening marked the first time the family of five appeared in public together. He is fifth in line to the throne. 

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