Despite the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s efforts to provide their children with a “normal” upbringing, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis are anything from ordinary youngsters.
The three has been in the royal limelight since their birth, and although being primarily kept away from the cameras, every glimpse of them delighted supporters.
Kate and William’s children are well-behaved and courteous, but like with all young boys and girls, the occasional temper tantrum is unavoidable.
Charlotte’s worst breakdown happened in front of the entire world, but her mother Kate stepped in with a very realistic parenting moment.
According to MyLondon, the event occurred in 2017, when the child was just two years old, on a royal visit to Hamburg, Germany, with her parents and older brother.
The Cambridges were on the last day of their two-day tour of Germany and Poland, having a look at some of the latest helicopters, when Charlotte had had enough.
Her parents were looking at a booklet of documents given to them by the tour’s host, but the toddler appeared dissatisfied when she couldn’t get her hands on the papers herself.
She hurled herself to the ground and had a full-fledged tantrum, bouncing up and down with tears streaming down her cheeks, illustrating that royals are just as human as the rest of us.