Princess Charlotte: She cheers on athletes at Commonwealth Games

It's no secret that Princess Charlotte (7) is enthusiastic about sports.

Princess Charlotte: She cheers on athletes at Commonwealth Games

It's no secret that Princess Charlotte (7) is enthusiastic about sports. On Tuesday (August 2nd) she was allowed to visit the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham with her parents, Prince William (40) and Duchess Kate (40). The three took their seats in the grandstand at the Sandwell Aquatics Center to watch the swim events and cheer on the athletes.

Duchess Kate wore a white trouser suit by designer Alexander McQueen, Princess Charlotte a black and white striped dress with a collar – her hair was braided into two pigtails. Prince William wore light trousers, a blue shirt and a dark blue jacket.

The seven-year-old followed the competition with obvious excitement. She clapped her hands, gasped - and even stuck out her tongue. It is the first time Princess Charlotte has attended an official event with her parents without either of her brothers, Prince George, 9, or Prince Louis, 4.

The Commonwealth Games last until August 8th. 4,600 athletes from a total of 72 nations and countries take part in the games, which take place every four years. Prince Charles (73) and Duchess Camilla (75) opened the Commonwealth Games for the first time this year. So far, Queen Elizabeth II (96) had taken on the task.

Just a few days ago, she proved that the princess has a fondness for sports. Along with her father Prince William, the seven-year-old posted a video message on Instagram targeting the England women's national football team. The two wished the players good luck for the European Championship final. The team won the final against Germany 2-1 in extra time on Sunday (31 July).

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