Kate Middleton in adorable quip to Prince George after ‘bossy’ comment

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Kate Middleton joked with Prince George about Princess Charlotte's "bossy" behaviour after she took on her big sister role during the Queen's Jubilee celebrations.

The Cambridges were in high spirits as they bumped into Anna Jones, 53, and new pal Sandra Harris, 74, who sparked up a conversation with the children.

Anna, who had been in town to collect her wedding gown, wondered where four-year-old Louis was after she noticed he was absent from Cardiff Castle.

Prince William told the pair that the trip would have been a bit much for their youngest son and joked that he might have laid down on the floor.

The ladies asked the children how their first Trooping carriage ride had been, telling Princess Charlotte they had seen how she "stopped Louis waving nearly too much" in top big sister fashion.

"Is she bossy, George," they joked, to laughter.

"At least you didn't say it was mummy who was bossy," Kate told him.

The Cambridge clan then made their exit out of the castle gates, in front of a crowd of members of the public and photographers, reports The Mirror.

George and Charlotte helped get the Platinum Jubilee party started in Cardiff as they turned their hands to running a sound mixing deck and conducting an orchestra.

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The young Cambridges made a surprise appearance at Cardiff Castle on Saturday, joining the preparation for a Jubilee concert and taking a star turn themselves.

With the encouragement of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, they were allowed temporary free rein of the sound and light decks for the main concert stage, looking thrilled as they changed the levels as a choir sung live before them.

The Duchess shared snippets of their own musical talents, with Prince George learning the electric guitar, Princess Charlotte practising the piano and the family all appearing to be big fans of Encanto and its catchy song "We Don't Talk About Bruno".

It is the first time the two children have made an official visit to Wales.

Prince Louis did not join the family for the 90-minute-long event, considered too young after his star turn at Trooping the Colour this week.

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