Sophie Responds To ‘Impatient’ Princess Charlotte With Four Simple Words

"I think it's now," the Duchess is said to have replied.

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Sophie Responds To 'Impatient' Princess Charlotte With Four Simple Words

Princess Charlotte looked impatient during Trooping the Color this weekend after a lip-reading specialist revealed what she questioned her great aunt, the Duchess of Edinburgh.

During the ceremonies for King Charles’ official birthday, the young princess was seen with her siblings, Prince George and Prince Louis, and Sophie Wessex. The party watched the service from Horse Guards Parade, where Charlotte was seen speaking with Sophie.

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Lip reading Jeremy Freeman informed the Daily Star that the little royal once questioned her great aunt, “Sophie, how long will it be?”

“I think it’s now,” the Duchess is said to have replied.

Sophie Responds To 'Impatient' Princess Charlotte With Four Simple Words
Sophie Responds To ‘Impatient’ Princess Charlotte With Four Simple Words

Trooping the Color brought together nearly 1,400 parading soldiers, 200 horses, and 400 musicians in central London.

For the first time in 30 years, the king rode in the parade on horseback, accompanied by Prince William, Prince Edward, and Princess Anne, all clad in full ceremonial uniform.

Princess Charlotte, dressed in a red and white sailor’s dress and the same shoes she wore to the King’s Coronation last month, the Papouelli “Siena” Shoes in Cream Leather, which cost £89.

Sophie Responds To 'Impatient' Princess Charlotte With Four Simple Words

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Edinburgh attended the event in a Beulah London Yahvi Midi Dress and a hat.

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Sophie has worn the dress numerous times, most recently during a pre-Coronation reception at Buckingham Palace last month.

The Royal Family was out in force, with all three Wales children following their parents.

Following that, senior members of the Firm gathered on the Buckingham Palace balcony for the RAF flypast, which involved around 70 aircraft.

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