Princess Charlotte waves from the back of the helicopter as Prince William completes a ‘perfect’ landing

Princess Charlotte arrived at the Commonwealth Games in style – flown to Birmingham by helicopter by her father, Prince William.

A video on the Cobra Emergency YouTube channel shows William landing at the Tally Ho Ground Training Centre, used by West Midlands Police, in a Bell 429 ‘GlobalRanger’ helicopter.

Eagle-eyed royal fans could just about make out Charlotte waving in her Rachel Riley striped dress with her hair in pigtails, sitting in the back of the plane as it landed.

Commenting on the YouTube video, people praised William for his “perfect” landing.

The Duke of Cambridge directed the helicopter to a soft landing on a football pitch before the family disembarked and jumped into a black Range Rover to drive to the Sandwell Aquatics center in Birmingham.

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge traveled to Birmingham in a slightly less exciting mode of transport, as she took the train.

Matthew Syed, 51, wrote in The Times that Kate chatted “happily” with her eight-year-old son Ted as she traveled in the first class carriage.

Footage showed the Duke of Cambridge, 40, arriving in style as he landed the helicopter at the Tally Ho training ground, used by West Midlands Police, on Tuesday

William looked cool and serene as he stepped out of the helicopter where a Range Rover was waiting to take him to the Commonwealth Games

William looked cool and serene as he stepped out of the helicopter where a Range Rover was waiting to take him to the Commonwealth Games

People congratulated Prince William on his landing

People praised Prince William for his ‘perfect’ landing at the training ground

After meeting her mother in Birmingham on Tuesday, Princess Charlotte, seven, spent a day watching swimming and hockey. Throughout the day, she delighted royal fans with her enthusiasm.

Photos showed Charlotte’s fatigue later that day when she started making faces at her mum – no doubt reminding parents around the world of their own children.

But although Charlotte has proven she can be like any other child, a video of the princess arriving by helicopter reminded royal fans that she is still a VIP.

William, 40, appears to have ignored the wishes of his grandmother, the Queen, who would not like to see him flying his family in a helicopter.

Last December, a source told The Sun: “Her Majesty has told close friends and courtiers that she would like William to stop flying himself, particularly in bad weather, as helicopters are not the safest mode of transportation.”

The source added that it made the Queen “nervous” and kept her awake at night.

Princess Charlotte, seven, gave her father a thumbs up as the Cambridges watched the swimming events at the Sandwell Aquatics Center

Princess Charlotte, seven, gave her father a thumbs up as the Cambridges watched the swimming events at the Sandwell Aquatics Center

Charlotte stole the show throughout the day watching various events with her parents and the Wessexes

Charlotte stole the show throughout the day watching various events with her parents and the Wessexes

The excitement of the day seemed like a lot for the young princess, who looked tired as the events drew to a close

The excitement of the day seemed like a lot for the young princess, who looked tired as the events drew to a close

There is already a general protocol among members of the royal family that people in the line of succession should not fly on the same plane, in the event of a disaster.

However, Prince William is a qualified pilot trained in the RAF and often flies his family in helicopters.

His skill was evident when he landed on Tuesday without a hitch.

After arriving at the 2022 Commonwealth Games with Kate and Charlotte, the Duke of Cambridge also met his uncle Prince Edward, 58, Sophie Wessex, 57, and his cousins ‚Äč‚ÄčLady Louise Windsor, 18, and James Viscount Severn, 14 years old.

The Cambridges watched the men’s 1,500m freestyle heats at the Sandwell Aquatics Center before heading out to watch the hockey.

While Charlotte, who admitted her favorite sport is gymnastics, seemed to enjoy swimming, the seven-year-old’s attention seemed to wane when hockey started.

The little princess stole the show in a series of hilarious photos that showed her looking a bit exhausted and ready to go home.

Luckily for Charlotte, the trip back to Kensington Palace by helicopter would have been short.

Kate Middleton ‘chatted happily with an eight-year-old boy’ in the first-class train carriage as she traveled to Birmingham to entertain him after his father went to the toilet, athlete reveals

Kate Middleton ‘chatted happily with an eight-year-old boy’ in the first class carriage as she traveled to Birmingham for the Commonwealth Games this week after her father went to the bathroom, an athlete has claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 40, traveled to the city earlier this week to watch the tournament with their daughter Princess Charlotte, seven.

And today Matthew Syed, 51, revealed how he and his son had a surprise encounter with the mother-of-three while traveling on the train on Tuesday.

Writing about the impromptu meeting for The Times, he explained he could hear someone laughing with his son as he used the toilet – and was stunned to see it was the royal herself.

He said the two were “chatting happily” and “having a great time”, adding: “While I’m doing my thing, I hear him talking to a woman in the hallway”. ‚ÄúAre you alone here? ” she asks. ‘No, my father is in there’ – he said pointing to the toilet.’

Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton ‘chatted happily with an eight-year-old boy’ in the first-class train carriage as she traveled to Birmingham for the Commonwealth Games this week after her father went to the toilet, an athlete has claimed

Matthew explained he and his son Ted were traveling first class on their way to the table tennis event at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday when he came in to use the toilet.

The reporter wrote that the couple looked like they were having a great time and laughed as they heard Ted tell Kate “her dad had already won Commonwealth gold”.

The two continued to chat as Matthew finished drying his hands and left the hallway.

The former table tennis player added he was ‘stopped dead’ as he turned to see who entertained his son.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 40, traveled to the city earlier this week to watch the tournament with their daughter Princess Charlotte, seven.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 40, traveled to the city earlier this week to watch the tournament with their daughter Princess Charlotte, seven.

“Kate? “, I dropped, he wrote. “There are no security guards in the vestibule; no armed guards. But here is the Duchess of Cambridge, chatting happily with my son.

Matthew said that although Ted didn’t know who he was talking to, the eight-year-old said “she was really nice”.

He praised the Duchess’s “character and sense of duty”, adding that she “had no idea she was talking to a journalist’s son… The monarchy is in good hands”.

Kate had traveled for a day of royal engagements in the city with Prince William and their daughter Princess Charlotte.

The seven-year-old was on her best behavior as she shook hands with sports figures during the visit – and proudly revealed her favorite sport was gymnastics.

Matthew Syed, 51, revealed he could hear someone laughing with his son as he used the toilet on a train journey to the Birmingham event earlier this week.

Matthew Syed, 51, revealed he could hear someone laughing with his son as he used the toilet on a train journey to the Birmingham event earlier this week.

During this week’s appearance, Kate paid a moving tribute to her daughter as she donned jewelry first worn at her christening for the occasion.

The Duchess chose to wear a set of jewelry which she first wore at Princess Charlotte’s christening in 2015.

The mother-of-three donned the dazzling jewelery set, opting for her ¬£3,750 pair of Mappin & Webb ‘Empress’ Diamond Carriage earrings and matching ¬£2,000 Empress Mini White Gold & Diamond pendant necklace .

The day started with a visit to the Sandwell Aquatics Center where the Cambridges joined Prince Edward, Countess of Wessex and their children Lady Louise Windsor, 18, and James, Viscount Severn, 14, to cheer on the athletes during several swim runs.

Kate had traveled for a day of royal engagements in the city with Prince William and their daughter Princess Charlotte

Kate had traveled for a day of royal engagements in the city with Prince William and their daughter Princess Charlotte

Charlotte put on a lively display, giving her dad a thumbs up, making faces and even sticking her tongue out and she soaked up the atmosphere.

After the outing to the Aquatics Centre, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to a support program for young athletes. Princess Charlotte was pictured on her best behavior, shaking hands with SportsAid CEO Tim Lawler.

Elsewhere, the young princess revealed gymnastics was her favorite sport and joined a nutritional workshop to help her parents put pictures of foods such as nuts, bread and grapes into the correct groups , whether it’s protein, carbohydrates, antioxidants or healthy fats.

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