Princess Charlotte has been dubbed the Royal Family's "secret weapon" after her five-second Coronation act delighted viewers and fans of The Firm.
The eight-year-old received a flurry of praise for her "poised" role at the event, which she appeared at alongside brothers Prince George and Prince Louis.
Since the Coronation, a columnist and royal expert believes that through the "pomp" of the event was a secret weapon, noting Princess Charlotte was "watchful but involved" in the event.
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Angela Mollard believes the youngster is a "secret weapon" for the Royal Family, with the third in line to the throne a considerable force to be reckoned with, like Princess Anne.
Speaking to 7News, Mollard said: "With all the focus on the new King and Queen, the Princess of Wales’ effortless glamour and the new royal wave introduced by Prince Louis, one person was overlooked in the pomp and pageantry of the coronation.
"She is only eight, a spare and not an expected heir, but Princess Charlotte has revealed herself to be the royal family’s secret weapon.
"For now, the third in line to the throne is enjoying a playful normal childhood but if, as expected, she does turn out to have the work ethic and the chutzpah of Princess Anne, along with the style of her mother and grandmother, the royal family will be counting their blessings."
High praise for the young royal comes as her younger brother, Prince Louis, was seemingly absent for part of the Coronation.
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The Daily Star previously reported the sudden absence of the young royal, with Prince Louis seemingly "retired" part way through the service.
He reappeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony later in the day, but many royal fans were wondering where he was.
Prince Louis was spotted at the service, yawning twice before he was whisked away from the service.
But his show-stealing moment delighted royal fans while he was there, which saw Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte sandwiched between their parents during an appearance at Westminster Abbey.
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