Watch Duchess Kate handle Charlotte's public tantrum like a pro

Watch Duchess Kate handle Charlotte's public tantrum like a pro

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Traveling with young kids in tow can be practically impossible – just ask Prince William and Duchess Kate! The royal parents had to deal with their daughter Charlotte's public meltdown on their recent trip to Europe... and it was all caught on camera, of course.

The tantrum happened at the tail end of the family's busy 5-day visit to Germany and Poland. When it came time to board the plane at Hamburg Airport, the 2-year-old seemed to flat out refuse. In typical toddler style, little Charlotte stomped her feet and made faces and eventually collapsed onto the tarmac – a move that is likely all too familiar to many parents of 2-year-olds!

If the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were stressed out by the little Princess' display, they didn't show it. Kate's cool and collected response seems to prove that she has plenty of experience dealing with the so-called Terrible Twos.

The mom-of-two was seen smiling as she chatted to her daughter, no doubt trying to distract her from whatever it was that was bothering her so much. She soon stopped and crouched next to her adorable little girl, following the age-old expert advice to get eye-level when talking to a toddler in distress. Eventually, Kate coaxed Charlotte off the ground and let William help usher her up the stairs of the waiting airplane.

While all of this likely happened in a matter of seconds, as any mom who has endured a public tantrum will tell you, it probably felt like a good half hour to poor Kate!

Charlotte's big brother George, meanwhile, was too busy checking out a helicopter at the airport to be bothered by any of it. The look on his face as he set eyes on the cockpit is just priceless.

At the ripe old age of 4 – the Prince celebrated his birthday on Saturday – George is of course far beyond his tantrum days ... said every hopeful mother of a preschooler ever. In reality, George has had his fair share of cute, but challenging, moments, too.

While it's all just typical kid stuff, I can't help but wonder if the tiny royals haven't inherited their late grandmother Diana's mischievous streak. For the first time, William and his brother Harry recently opened up about their mother for an upcoming documentary titled Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy, and have revealed that she was "the naughtiest" parent.

William predicts she would be no different with her grandkids, had she had the chance to meet them: "She’d be a nightmare grandmother. She’d love the children to bits, but she’d be an absolute nightmare," he admits. "She’d come in probably at bath time, cause an amazing amount of scene – bubbles everywhere, bathwater all over the place, and then leave."

Images via Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock, Ukas Michael/action press/REX/Shutterstock, Ohlenbostel Guido/action pre/REX/Shutterstock

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