PRINCESS Charlotte was seen beaming with excitement ahead of the coronation concert in adorable footage shared by Prince William and Princess Kate.
The young royal was seen grinning from ear-to-ear as she walked up the steps with her mother Kate before yesterday’s blockbuster event.
Princess Charlotte was seen beaming with excitement before the concert
Unseen footage showed the Royals gearing up before the stunning concert last night
Fans piled in to witness “a night to remember”
Kate danced with her kids Charlotte and George last night
The Royals all waved their flags as the concert came to a close
The special behind the scenes footage of “a night to remember” was revealed by the Prince and Princess of Wales on their official Twitter account.
It also saw George looking smart and composed as he walked to his seat with Prince William.
And the video finished by sharing the best shots of an iconic night at Windsor Castle.
With the country continuing to celebrate Charles, 74, the one-off show saw the royals on their feet as they boogied to Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Take That.
The two-hour spectacular featured music from the likes of Paloma Faith, appearances from Piers Brosnan and Tom cruise and a heartfelt speech from Prince William.
Lionel Richie sang his much-loved All Night Long as Charles and the Royals danced.
Katy Perry performed her hit Roar as Princess Charlotte sang along with mum Kate.
Shen then dedicated her song Firework to Charles and the work they both do for the The British Asian Trust.
Brit favourite Take That concluded the concert with a special feature from singer Calum Scott.
The King was on his feet waving a Union Jack as he danced along to the song Shine.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte were also up and waving their flags.
Closing the whole concert, the trio sang their 1995-hit Never Forget as the audience joined in.
Earlier in the show, Prince William delivered a speech and paid tribute to the late Queen.
Wills said she’s “keeping an eye on us” as he thanked Charles.
The Prince of Wales, 40, stepped onto the Union Flag stage decked out in red, white and blue at Windsor Castle to huge cheers.
He told how coronations are a “declaration 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 Royal Family’s collective pride in his “Pa”.
Young royals Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were previously seen looking delighted as they prepped for Saturday’s coronation.
The excited siblings giggled as they left their royal residence before headed to Westminster Abbey.
The family footage captured the trio’s beaming smiles as they piled into a car with parents Wills and Kate.
New monarch Charles was officially crowned on Saturday in a lavish ceremony in front of the world.
More than 18million Brits tuned in to see the new reigning royals at Westminster Abbey before they led a procession back to Buckingham Palace where they made a balcony appearance.
Thousands of fans cheered them from below as Charles and Camilla stood side by side donning their crowns and full regalia.