Prince William, Princess Charlotte fly chopper to Commonwealth Games in Birmingham

Prince William, Princess Charlotte fly chopper to Commonwealth Games in Birmingham

Prince William has taken the term “helicopter parent” to a whole new level.

The Duke of Cambridge flew a chopper, with daughter Princess Charlotte riding co-pilot on a very special trip to the Commonwealth Games.

The royals were spotted arriving in Birmingham on Tuesday in the Bell 429 Global Ranger.

Camera IconThe royals were spotted arriving in Birmingham on Tuesday in the Bell 429 Global Ranger. Credit: Cobra Emergency /Youtube

Prince William, who previously served as a Royal Air Force search and rescue pilot, executed a perfect landing.

Footage of the royal arrival was uploaded to YouTube by Cobra Emergency — a channel featuring security, military, emergency vehicles, and other transport for enthusiasts.

Eagle-eyed fans spotted Charlotte waving to cameras as the chopper landed before a black Range Rover arrived and ferried the group away.

It seems there was no room in the aircraft for the Duchess of Cambridge who traveled to Birmingham by train with the other peasants.

It comes only weeks after the Queen reportedly scolded the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for using the royal chopper too much.

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