Robbie Williams’ 6-year-old daughter, Teddy, stole the show at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s royal wedding.

While outside the steps of St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, the adorable bridesmaid saw Sarah Ferguson and asked the mother of the bride if she is the Queen. The Duchess of York was surprised with Teddy’s question, but she told her that she is not the Queen.

Teddy then asked the mom of two if she’s a princess, and Ferguson told the young girl that she is. Even though Ferguson is not called a princess like her two daughters, she still uses her official title as the Duchess of York even after her divorce from Prince Andrew.

After Ferguson’s encounter with Teddy, she was spotted rushing off to her car to go to the reception. Teddy once again stole the show when she was photographed waving her hand up in the air while the other bridesmaids and page boys waved more discreetly.

But while Teddy received positive and loving comments post-Princess Eugenie’s wedding, the same thing cannot be said about her mom, Ayda Field. The 39-year-old actress was photographed wearing an almost-white silk jacket to the nuptials, which royal fans believe she shouldn’t have done.

Some people claimed that Field almost stole Princess Eugenie’s moment because the bride also wore a white wedding gown designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos.

Williams was also criticized by fans after he didn’t help Field’s mom, Gwen, run after her hat after it was blown by the strong winds just before the ceremony. Gwen ran after her headdress and received help from another male figure.

“Poor form Robbie! Why aren’t you running after that hat?” one fan tweeted (via Daily Star). 

“A gentleman you are not. Mom-in-law’s hat flies off and you don’t help?” another person wrote.

“Wow, Robbie Williams is no gentleman. Just watches that hat roll up the hill. Turns away watching his mother-in-law run after it. His hair might have a got out of place,” another fan tweeted.