Princess Charlotte Already Made An Impression At School With Her Beautiful Manners And Great Spanish

Date January 12, 2018

In January, the 2-year-old Princess Charlotte went to nursery school for the very first time. Prince George's little sister was accompanied by her gorgeous mom, Kate Middleton, who is now pregnant with the third child. The baby is reportedly a girl and is due in April 2018.


The Duchess of Cambridge took a couple of lovely pictures of Charlotte as they were leaving the Palace for school. Later, these photos were shared on social media by Kensington Palace.

In contrast to her elder brother, Princess Charlotte went to the Willcocks Nursery School which is located not so far from Kensington Palace. The 4-year-old Prince George, in his turn, attends Thomas's Battersea.

Many people were amazed by the way this pretty little girl posed for the photos: with a confidence and dignity worthy of a true Princess. However, it was not the last surprise coming from the second child of Prince William and Kate Middleton.


As reported by People, a source close to the royals revealed a few details about the royal toddler's first few days at school. They say little Charlotte is “polite” and “energetic,” and also has “beautiful manners.”

She’s very sweet and very confident — she’s always chatting away.

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Furthermore, it looks like Charlotte already knows some Spanish. It is said that the little princess picked up a few words from her nanny, Maria Turrion Borrallo, who comes from Spain.

In May 2018, Princess Charlotte turns three. The same month, the royal family will celebrate the wedding of her uncle Prince Harry and Hollywood star Meghan Markle.

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