Princess Charlotte copied Queen's wave at Trooping The Colour

Prince George plays with toy gun at the polo

Prince George and Princess Charlotte steal the show at charity polo match (more adorable pics inside)

At just three years old, Princess Charlotte still has much to learn about being a member of the royal family.

Prince George was put in his place by his cousin at Trooping the Colour.

But apart from her little fall, it's her wave that we can't get enough of. And earlier this week Prince Carl Philip's wife showed her twinning style with the Duchess of Cambridge by not only wearing one of the British royal's favourite brands, LK Bennett, but also choosing a dress from the label that was a near match for one of Kate's most statement-making looks. Now it seems that the lively three-year-old is already following in her great-grandmother's footsteps and learning some lessons on how to ace public appearances by watching Her Majesty at work.

And now Princess Charlotte has won the hearts of everyone again, after appearing to copy her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, on the balcony at Buckingham Palace over the weekend.

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Kate can then be seen turning back to look at Her Majesty, with the both of them laughing at what's just happened.

While she might be taking a lead from the Queen, Princess Charlotte is no stranger to whipping out a royal wave at the ideal moment.

Adorable Charlotte was caught on camera imitating her Gan-Gan as the royal family stood on the balcony during Saturday's Trooping the Colour.

A day later she enjoyed a fun day out with her mother and brother at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy at Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire where Prince William was playing.

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