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Princess Charlotte's incredibly kind gesture to cousin Mia Tindall has gone viral on TikTok

Watch the sweet moment Prince William and Princess Kate's daughter made her cousin smile on Christmas Day

Princess Charlotte of Wales and Mia Tindall attend the Christmas Morning Service at Sandringham Church on December 25, 2023 in Sandringham, Norfolk.
Georgia Brown
Senior Lifestyle & Fashion Writer
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Royal fans can't stop talking about an incredibly sweet moment between Princess Charlotte and her cousin, Mia Tindall, which occurred on Christmas Day. 

On 25 December, the Royal Family put on a united front as they stepped out together in Sandringham ahead of attending a service at St Mary Magdalene Church. 

The Prince and Princess of Wales led their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis through the crowds as they greeted well wishers and accepted gifts from onlookers who turned out in their hundreds to wish the family a Merry Christmas.

One moment in particular, shared between eight-year-old Princess Charlotte and nine-year-old Mia, who is the daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall, has left TikTok viewers saying the same thing about the young royals' doting relationship. 

Princess Charlotte talking to Mia Tindall on Christmas Day© Getty
The Wales and the Tindall children share a sweet bond

A clip shared by TikTok user @wikagechlo has been viewed more than 3 million times, and shows the heartwarming moment Princess Charlotte let her cousin Mia accept flowers from the crowd that were initially intended for her. 

In the video, Mia spots a royal fan handing out a bunch of flowers, before turning back to seek permission from Charlotte who appears to sweetly let her cousin accept the flowers instead. 

An on screen caption read: "Princess Charlotte let Mia get the flowers that was for her, but she let her get it."

Mia Tindall and the Princess of Wales meet well-wishers after attending the Christmas Day morning church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk. Picture date: Monday December 25, 2023© Joe Giddens - PA Images
Princess Kate also shared her flowers with Mia

Charlotte beams at her cousin before saying what looks to be: "You can get them Mia," which leads the young royal to rush towards the bouquet and gladly accept the pretty flowers.

Royal fans were quick to comment on the adorable family moment, praising Charlotte for her "mature" response and kind-hearted actions. "I love the close bond of this new generation of royals, they're so well-mannered and smart," said one royal fan, as another agreed: "When Charlotte let Mia get the flowers she looked so happy and as if she felt included."

: Prince Louis and Mia Tindall attend the Christmas Morning Service at Sandringham Church on December 25, 2023 in Sandringham, Norfolk.© Stephen Pond
Mia and Louis were seen holding hands on Christmas Day

"I hated how nobody gave flowers to little Mia, but the family saw that, and made sure she was included, just made me sooo happy! They are all immensely close!" chimed in a third fan.

A fourth noticed: "George also gave Mia the bouquet that he got. These kids are amazing." 

Prince George of Wales, Prince Louis of Wales and Mia Tindall attend the Christmas Morning Service at Sandringham Church on December 25,© Samir Hussein
The cousins share an incredibly close bond

Leading Celebrity Body Language Expert and Sunday Times Bestseller of You Only Live Once, Noor Hibbert, told HELLO! that the royal family portrayed a sense of unity and leadership when they stepped out together this Christmas.

the Princess of Wales, Princess Charlotte, Prince George, the Prince of Wales, Prince Louis and Mia Tindall attending the Christmas Day morning church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk.© Joe Giddens - PA Images
Princess Kate and Prince William led their children, who walked hand-in-hand with Mia

"Overall, the family's orchestrated body language unveils a narrative of growth, confidence, love and a strategic blend of parental roles, offering insight into their evolving psychological dynamics within the public eye.”


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