Royal fans spot adorable moment between Prince George and Princess Charlotte as they board plane

  • Prince George and Princess Charlotte were spotted boarding a plane to Scotland with the rest of the Cambridge family.
  • Royal fans noticed Prince George sweetly looked out to see if his sister was following him, while they both carried bags.
  • This follows royal news that their favourite summer hangout had been revealed.

The duo are currently on a family break in Scotland, alongside Kate and Wills and little brother Louis.

To travel up to the Balmoral estate, where the Queen spends her summer, the Cambridges opted for a commercial flight and were spotted entering the plane while carrying their bags.

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In a short video clip shared on social media, royal fans spotted a very sweet moment between George and his little sister Charlotte.

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Like the responsible older brother we’re sure he is, George briefly stopped to check his sister was following behind him – how cute!

The fan said on Twitter: ‘Can everyone notice how Prince George look for Princess Charlotte while holding a bag… They’re so cute…’

Others also praised the fact that the children – except little Louis – were also carrying their own bags onto the plane: ‘And look how absolutely adorable it is that little prince George and princess Charlotte are both carrying a little bag as well. The Cambridges are such good parents what a beautiful teaching moment to the royal children.’

Kate, William and their brood – alongside nanny Maria – were making their way to Scotland, where they will be spending a few days with the Queen and other royal family members.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not be joining them as the new dad has a prior engagement on Saturday.

He’ll be attending the Rugby League Challenge Cup Final at Wembley Stadium, after taking over from the Queen as patron of the Rugby Football League in December 2016.