Princess Charlotte to photographers: 'You're not coming'

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The cheeky statement earned a smile from her father, Prince William, who held Charlotte and Prince George's hands as they left the for post-christening reception party.

Other notable guests there to toast Prince Louis were Prince Charles and Camilla, Kate's parents Carole and Michael Middleton, her sister Pippa and her husband James Matthews, and hot bearded Middleton brother James. The event took place inside of St. James's Palace.

Her Majesty, 92, is due to travel back from Norfolk Monday and has a busy week ahead with celebrations marking the centenary of the RAF on Tuesday, as well as Trump's visit to Windsor on Friday.

While attending her little brother Prince Louis' christening on Monday, Princess Charlotte was caught on camera delivering a stern message to photographers.

Yesterday the royal family-minus the queen and Prince Philip, who had other commitments-turned up to celebrate the christening of Prince William and Kate Middleton's youngest son, Prince Louis.

The young prince, who has an older brother George, (4) and sister Charlotte (3) was baptised using water from the River Jordan.

When she finally stopped walking, Prince William realized that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also needed space at the balcony so he once again gestured at Middleton.

Queen Elizabeth II kicked off a day of engagements in a pair of patent leather heels, but switched into her comfortable favourites later on in the day. It is a replica of the gown worn by Queen Victoria's daughter for her christening in 1841. The Duke of Sussex purchased a first edition of Winnie-The-Pooh, worth close to $11,000. According to the site, she also wore matching Manolo Blahnik suede pumps and a hat from Stephen Jones Millinery.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a V-neck cream dress by Alexander McQueen and a floral embellished headpiece by Jane Taylor.

She wore one to Princess Charlotte's christening in July 2015 and repeated the look for the Trooping of the Color in July 2016 and a commemoration ceremony in Belgium in 2017.