Where Did It Go?
Princess Charlotte adorably questioned where one of their well-wishers went as the Cambridge family said goodbye to Canada at the end of their 2016 royal tour.
Pippa Middleton's Wedding
Princess Charlotte was a sweet flower girl at her Aunt Pippa Middleton's wedding in 2017.
Like every toddler, everything had to end up in her mouth, including the basket.
Are We There Yet?
Princess Charlotte presses her nose against the plane window as the family arrives in Berlin for a royal tour.
When Prince George and Princess Charlotte headed to the Lindo Wing with their father Prince William to meet their new baby brother, Prince George wanted nothing to do with the waiting press.
On the other hand, Princess Charlotte couldn't stop waving and even turned around on the top of the stairs for one last royal wave.
Princess Charlotte was meant to watch her father, Prince William, play during the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy. But instead, she had more fun running and rolling in the grass.
'You're Not Coming'
Possibly everyone's favourite Princess Charlotte memory is when she told the press outside of Prince Louis' Christening, "You're not coming" as the family entered the chapel.
A credit to Kate Middleton's mentality, that kids should spend as much time as possible outside, Princess Charlotte kicks off her shoes while checking out the RHS Back to Nature Garden designed by her mom.
Trooping The Colour
For most people, standing on the balcony of Buckingham Palace looking down at the thousands of people gathered below could be intimidating, but not for Princess Charlotte.
During Trooping the Colour in 2019, Charlotte waved, joked around and put on a scene while covering her ears as the planes flew overhead.
First Day Of School
Princess Charlotte was ready for her first day of school.
As she posed with her big brother, Charlotte grinned ear to ear before heading to Thomas's Battersea.
Princess Charlotte gave a perfect curtsey to her Great Grandmother Queen Elizabeth as she clutched her mom, Kate Middleton's, hand during Christmas service in 2019.