Princess Charlotte runs things and don't you forget it

Princess Charlotte runs things and don't you forget it

One pupil in particular, Emily Clay was asked by the Queen whether she "looked after" her little sister who was also in attendence. Her mom Ellen interjected and said, "It's the other way around".

Check out what else the royal family has to say about this brother and sister in the video below, and please SHARE if you think Princess Charlotte and Prince George are both adorable! She said it was like that with Princess Charlotte and Prince George, ' the student's mum told the Daily Mail.

The revelation was made by the proud great grandmother, 91, in Sandringham as she presented a bible to a youngster who attends a primary school on her Norfolk estate. Her father won the award in 1990.

Charlotte already enjoys ponies and is understood to have started riding lessons along with George, just like their father, Prince William, and uncle, Prince Harry, did when they were young.

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Tom Clay and Emily Clay are believed to be the only family that has had multiple members win the signed Bible, and the Clays joked to The Queen that they hoped younger daughter Hadleigh would score them a hat-trick.

According to their parents, Prince George and Princess Charlotte have different temperaments, which likely fit different school environments. "She is the one in charge".

The toddler began classes at Willocks Nursery School in January 2018, and the occasion was marked with two official pictures from her mother, which have been released on Kensington Palace social media accounts.

Prince William told patients at the Aintree University Hospital last fall that Princess Charlotte is "going to be trouble when she gets older".


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