Supernanny Jo Frost gives verdict on George and Charlotte’s behaviour at the Queen’s funeral

Supernanny Jo Frost shared her thoughts about Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s behaviour at the late monarch’s funeral on Monday.

The global parenting expert, who knows a thing or two about children's mannerisms, took to social media to share her thoughts on the way the young royals conducted themselves during the historical service.

Next to a snap of George, nine, and Charlotte, seven on Instagram, Jo began by saying: "Impeccable!!.

“Little did Prince George & Princess Charlotte Wales know that their stamina and orderly conduct at the Queen's Jubilee would be the training in attending their own Gan-Gan's State funeral.

“A careful decision for their parents to make regarding their attendance," she continued. "I believe taking into account their ages and succession to the throne, this historical moment was an absolute must.

“Such emotional life experiences embed memories that do profoundly hold a unique impact years later, one that you will both remember beside your loving nurturing parents.”

Jo added: “You did yourselves proud, your poise and grace outstanding, we cried when you did overwhelmed and we stood in silence and awe as we honored with respect Her Majesty, your late great- grandmother.

“May you remember daily the sweet moments little ones, take comfort from your loving family and heal in your own time.”

Jo signed off her thoughtful message "Nanny JoJo".

Her followers immediately flocked to the comment section to also praise the youngsters. One user commented: “They did amazing for the situation, length of time, and their ages. Wow! Their Gan Gan would be proud of them.”

“Incredibly well behaved. Very impressed,” said another with a love heart emoji.

“Beautiful babies. Broke my heart when I seen her [Charlotte] crying. Many [prayer emoji] for these little ones and their family,” wrote a third.

“Weren't they just precious poppets. A credit to their family,” penned a fourth as another Instagrammer chimed: “Princess Charlotte's little curtsy is what did me in and the tears flowed freely.

“They both did so well for such a long service and day adding onto the wide range of emotions they are probably feeling right now.”

A royal fan congratulated the Prince and Princess of Wales for how well they have raised their children and how they present themselves.

“They really did. Testament to their wonderful parents who know when to put family first. Kate’s decision to pick them up from the first day of school on such an historic day,” they added.

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