According to the Queen herself, two-year-old Princess Charlotte bosses her older brother Prince George around.
Speaking to a ten-year-old schoolgirl, the Queen asked if she ‘looked after’ her six-year-old sister. The girl’s mum replied ‘it’s the other way round’, to which the Queen quickly came back with, ‘it’s like that with Charlotte and George’.
The little Princess, who started nursery earlier this month, can apparently speak some Spanish already, and is being taught by her nanny, Maria Turrion Borrallo.
The Princess is said to be confident and chatty, and has settled into Willcocks Nursery School already. She’s got a big year ahead with a new baby brother or sister on the way, and perhaps her second chance at being a flowergirl for Prince Harry and Megan Markle’s wedding in May.
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As a royal baby, you didn’t need a surnameA surname is not required on the birth certificate of a royal baby, as the new baby will have the title HRH Prince or Princess and be referred to in this way.
That said, as Prince George starts school this September, his parents will need to decide on a surname for the register. There are three choices available to them – Mountbatten-Windsor, Wales or Cambridge. Image: Getty