PRINCESS Charlotte beams with excitement ahead of the coronation concert in the adorable video shared by Prince William and Duchess Kate.
The young royal was seen grinning as she walked up the steps with her mother Kate ahead of yesterday’s blockbuster event.
Special behind-the-scenes footage of “a night to remember” has been revealed by the Prince and Princess of Wales on their official Twitter accounts.
With the country continuing to celebrate Charles, 74, the one-off show at Windsor Castle saw the royals on their feet as they booed Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Take That.
Spectacular two-hour musical highlights from artists such as Paloma Faith, appearances by Piers Brosnan and Tom Cruise and a heartfelt speech by Prince William.
Lionel Richie sings his much-loved All Night Long as Charles and the Royal dance.
Katy Perry performs the hit Roar as Princess Charlotte sings along to her mother Kate.
Shen later dedicated his song Firework to Charles and the work they both do for The British Asian Trust.
British favorite Take That ended the concert with a special part by singer Calum Scott.
The king stood on his feet waving Union Jack as he danced to the Shine song.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte also waved flags.
Closing out the entire concert, the trio sang their 1995 hit Never Forget as the audience joined in.
Earlier on the show, Prince William delivered a speech and paid tribute to the late Queen.
Wills said she was “keeping an eye on us” as he thanked Charles.
The Prince of Wales, 40, stepped onto the stage of the Confederate Flag decorated in red, white and blue at Windsor Castle to a standing ovation.
He said the coronation was a “statement of our hopes for the future”.
Speaking just over 24 hours after swearing allegiance to the new King, the heir to the throne described the collective Royal pride in his “Pa”.
Young royals Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were previously seen looking delighted as they prepared for Saturday’s coronation.
The brothers giggled excitedly as they left the royal residence before heading to Westminster Abbey.
Family footage captured the trio’s beaming smiles as they boarded the car with their parents Wills and Kate.
The new King Charles was officially crowned on Saturday in a lavish ceremony in front of the world.
More than 18 million Britons tuned in to see the new reigning royals at Westminster Abbey before they led the procession back to Buckingham Palace, where they appeared on the balcony.
Thousands of fans cheered them on from below as Charles and Camilla stood side by side wearing crowns and full costumes.