The confident little Princess, turned to photographers as she left the St James's Palace yesterday clutching her father Prince William's hand and told waiting photographers: "You're not coming," the Sun reported.
She kept her watchful eye on the press pack as she and the rest of the family headed off for a private afternoon tea at Clarence House.
Prince William could then be heard telling Charlotte: "Well done".
Later as she left the ceremony, the confident young Royal showed off her sunny nature as she gave a cheery wave to crowds gathered outside the chapel at St James' Palace, carrying the large Order of Service under her arm.
While George, four, is often seen shying away from the cheering crowds, Charlotte is seen taking it all in her stride, delighting onlookers with her natural charm.
And it is not the first time that the little Princess has left hearts bursting with affection.
Princess Charlotte was seen waving to crowds the moment she stepped out of the car, and made the most of her moment in the spotlight by turning back on the hospital steps for one final wave before heading to meet her baby brother.
Prince Louis' birth also made Charlotte the first female Royal to retain her claim as third in line to the throne regardless of who was born after her.
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