Kate Middleton and daughter Princess Charlotte wowed fans with their royal curtsies at King Charles III's coronation concert.

Meghan Markle caused controversy in her Netflix docuseries by describing curtsying to Queen Elizabeth II as a "joke."

Several videos of royal curtsies were uploaded to social media in the aftermath of the series' debut, including those performed by Meghan herself.

In the coronation concert video, Kate and Charlotte perform their curtsies as King Charles passes them on the way to his seat.

Prince William does not bow to his father, which suggests that he had already seen him during the course of the day.

The TikTok clip of the curtsies has received over 4 million views in 24 hours and over 134,000 likes and 500 comments.

The concert featured performances from stars such as Lionel Richie and Katy Perry, as well as guest appearances from beloved children's characters.

Prince William made a touching reference to his late grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, during his remarks.

William dedicated himself to serving others in his capacity as Prince of Wales, ending with "God save the King!"