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Princess Charlotte's mischievous day at King's Cup regatta

The Age Thursday, 8 August 2019
Britain's Prince George and Princess Charlotte had a mischievous day out as their parents were denied victory at the King's Cup yachting regatta by adventurer Bear Grylls.
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News video: Princess Charlotte sticks tongue out at King's Cup crowds

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Princess Charlotte sticks her tongue out at crowds at the King's Cup regatta in Cowes on the Isle of Wight. William and Kate are taking part in the event off the Isle of Wight a day earlier than planned due to forecast bad weather on Friday. The couple are competing against a host of celebrities,...

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