On Monday morning, the British Royal Family gathered with around 2000 mourners, including heads of state, at Westminster Abbey to say farewell to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.
Princess Charlotte and her older brother Prince George joined their parents, the Prince and Princess of Wales, for the State Funeral of their great-grandmother.
The family walked in a procession behind the Queen's coffin as it made its way down The Nave of the Abbey.
Despite their young age, the siblings behaved impeccably and would have made their "Gan Gan" proud.
Both wore mourning attire with Prince George in a navy suit and black tie, while Charlotte wore all black. The young princess mimicked her mother in a box pleated coat.
Her outerwear is the Ancar 'Helen' wool coat in black (£175) featuring velvet trimming and a scalloped placket. With thanks to @foundbybojana for the ID.
Pinned to Charlotte's coat was a diamond horseshoe brooch - a sweet tribute to the late Queen's longtime love of horses, a passion Charlotte now also shares.
The piece was gifted to the princess by her great-grandmother, however its provenance starts with Queen Mary. She gave the brooch to Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother who we see wearing it in the photos below. The Queen Mother subsequently passed it on to her daughter QEII.
The seven-year-old princess debuted her first formal hat for the solemn occasion. It is the Jane Taylor Child's Classic Boater (£255) made from luxe felt and finished with a velvet ribbon bow. Thanks to @UFONoMore for the ID.
On her feet were Manuela de Juan black leather pumps (£80). With thanks to @foundbybojana for the ID.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were seen arriving at Lambrook School with their parents ahead of their first day at the preparatory school. They attended a “settling in afternoon” for new pupils and will officially start school tomorrow.
The children have joined the co-educational private school near Ascot in Berkshire, after the couple set up a new home at Adelaide Cottage in Windsor's Home Park.
The royal students wore the school's summer school uniform, consisting of a dress for Charlotte, and shorts and button-up shirt for the boys.
Princess Charlotte joined her parents in Birmingham today to take in some of the competitive action during the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
The royal trio were joined by the Earl and Countess of Wessex and their two children at various sporting events.
Charlotte appeared to have a great time watching the swimming event at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre.
The Cambridges also visited SportsAid House to see how the charity, of which The Duchess of Cambridge is patron, provides support for talented young athletes.
The Duke of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte recorded a message for the Lionesses, the England women's national football team, ahead of tonight’s Euro 2022 final against Germany at Wembley. William, president of the Football Association, will be there.
Princess Charlotte wore a navy and white spotted floral print t-shirt by Spanish brand, Losan (€14.95). ID by @Remisagoodboy & @dagmar_Marie77.
The Cambridge family attended the Platinum Pageant on The Mall, marking the final event of the Jubilee weekend.
Senior royals joined extended family members to watch the parade combining street arts, theatre, music, circus, carnival and costume to celebrate Her Majesty’s 70 year reign.
Following the pageant, the Cambridges, along with Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall joined the Queen on the Buckingham Palace balcony to close the celebrations.
Princess Charlotte and her eldest brother, Prince George accompanied their parents on a trip to Wales today as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
The Cambridges visited Cardiff Castle to meet performers and crew involved in the special Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert taking place in the castle grounds later this afternoon.
Kensington Palace uploaded a video on Sunday showing the Cambridge children helping their mum prepare some baked treats for the Platinum Jubilee street parties which will take place all across the UK today.
The cupcakes were made ahead of their visit to Cardiff yesterday.
Princess Charlotte joined her eldest brother, Prince George and their parents for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Party at the Palace on Saturday evening.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared this clip following the party.
Today marks the first day of the Platinum Jubilee weekend and the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation. The celebration kicked off with the Queen's Birthday Parade, the Trooping the Colour.
Princess Charlotte joined her family for the celebrations and started the day off in a traditional horse carriage procession down The Mall. She was accompanied by her mother, The Duchess of Cambridge, her two brothers, Prince George & Prince Louis, and her step grandmother, The Duchess of Cornwall.
Following the parade, the Cambridge family joined Her Majesty on the balcony at Buckingham Palace for the traditional RAF fly-past.
Princess Charlotte wore a cornflower blue Patachou chiffon dress (£77) with flutter sleeves and decorative bow at the neck. ID by @foundbybojana.
She had a section of her hair up in braids and secured with a blue ribbon.
In celebration of her 7th birthday tomorrow, Kensington Palace released three portrait photographs of Princess Charlotte taken by her mother, The Duchess of Cambridge this weekend at their Norfolk property.
The birthday girl sits in a field of bluebells and, in one image, she is joined by the family spaniel, Orla.