Duchess Kate: “Charlotte spends most of her time upside down”

Duchess Kate: "Charlotte spends most of her time upside down"

Princess Charlotte (7) met with his parents on Tuesday, Duchess Kate (40) and Prince William (40), Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. After a swimming competition, the trio went to SportsAid House to visit a charity, which Kate became a patron of in 2013.

SportsAid CEO Tim Lawler said Hello! told the magazine that Princess Charlotte has shown him her favorite sport – and while she is a “rising star” in football, Prince William says it’s not his first choice. “She really loved watching swimming, but she is interested in gymnastics and while they try many different sports at home, when I asked her about the sport, she replied very simply, ‘I love gymnastics,'” Lawler said.

Between mom and dad in the stadium: Princess Charlotte is a true royal sports fan

As the “Mail Online” also reports, Duchess Kate is said to have said: “Charlotte spends most of her time upside down, doing handstands and cartwheels.” Later in the day, Princess Charlotte showed her enthusiasm for the sport as she watched the gymnastics competition live at the Arena Birmingham. The young royal smiled widely and raised his arms in the air as he looked up.

Princess Charlotte: She wished the England national team all the best

Just a few days ago, he had proved that the princess is fond of sports. Along with his father, the seven-year-old posted a video message on Instagram targeting the England women’s national football team. Both wished the players all the best for the finals of the European Championships. The team won the final 2–1 against Germany in extra time on Sunday (31 July).

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