Princess Charlotte received sweet gift from a fan when entering the church on Christmas Day
Well, that's adorable.
Princess Charlotte just keeps melting hearts.
Royal family fans gushed over Princess Charlotte's "adorable" curtsy to the Queen yesterday and now, we've just found out the sweetest story behind her pink flamingo spotted with her on Christmas Day.
The four-year-old royal captured everyone's hearts as she joined her parents and her older brother, Prince George, for the the annual Christmas Day service at Sandringham.
It was the first time that George and Charlotte joined their parents. Although, their younger brother Louis is thought to have stayed at the house.
And while entering the church on Christmas Day, Princess Charlotte was handed an inflatable pink flamingo by a fan in a wheelchair.
It has now been reported that the fan, Gemma Clark, noticed that Princess Charlotte kept looking at the flamingo which the woman calls her "lucky charm".
The flamingo which she named Felicity was a 39th birthday present but when she noticed the little princess staring over numerous times she thought "I wonder would she like her".
And so, when Princess Charlotte walked over with her parents and Prince George, Gemma said:
“Would you like Felicity?”
"Her face lit up and she said: 'Yes please'."
Gemma said little Charlotte then gave her a massive hug (which was captured by the photographers) and recalled her to be "on cloud nine".
Too cute, we need Charlotte content everyday, please.