The British Royal Family gathered on Saturday to attend the traditional Trooping the Colour parade, marking the first occasion under the reign of King Charles III.
Princess Charlotte joined her family for the celebrations and started the day off at Horse Guards Parade for the Trooping the Colour ceremony.
Next, she rode in a traditional horse carriage procession down The Mall to Buckingham Palace. She was accompanied by her mother, The Princess of Wales, her two brothers, Prince George and Prince Louis, and her step-grandmother, Queen Camilla.
Following the procession, the Wales family joined His Majesty on the balcony at Buckingham Palace for the traditional RAF fly-past.
Princess Charlotte wore a white sailor dress, elegantly adorned with a vibrant red bow, waistband, and trim detailing on the collar and cuffs. While the designer remains unknown, the dress certainly appears to be a bespoke creation.
Below is a glimpse of the back of Charlotte's dress, along with her beautifully braided bun.
The young Princess wore her cream Papouelli 'Siena' leather shoes, which she had debuted last month at her grandfather's coronation.