The royal raspberry, Princess Charlotte got the crowds to break out with laughter when she stuck out her tongue at them.
Instead of waving back at the crowd, Charlotte chose to stick out her tongue as he joined her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.
Seen at the Inaugural King’s Cup Regatta at Cowes, Isle of Wight on August 8, Charlotte, 4, and brother George, 6, were present to support their parents as they went head-to-head in a charity sailing regatta.
Happy Prince George displayed his gap-toothed grin, flashing he has lost more milk teeth. Also proudly showing his captain’s hat and badge, George was with sister, Charlotte and Grandparents Carole and Michael Middleton.
However, the family support was not sufficient to shoot Prince William, 37 or Kate, 37 to win.
The couple finished in both third and eighth place, and despite their loss, the royals were seen putting on a sportsmanlike display at the prize-giving ceremony. Skipper Bear Grylls – the winner was presented with a trophy.
Excited about his victory, Grylls said Prince George had eaten an ant: “And also Prince George, your first Ant you have eaten today. And that is a great moment. Well done to you.”
Other competitors, however, include the comedian John Bishop, and Olympic Rower, Helen Glover.
And the eight boats that took part in the regatta signified a cause which was supported by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.