One astute young lady! Princess Charlotte, Duchess Kate and Prince William’s 6-year-old daughter, is a bright little lady.
“Charlotte is as crisp and bright as a button,” a source tells Us Weekly exclusively in the new issue. “She is the best reader in her class. She adores doing her assignments.”
“She likes acrobats and is highly into the arts and performing,” the insider says, adding, “Whenever she has a chance, she’ll put on a performance!”
‘She’s at the top of her class!’ Acrobats, acting, and homework are all things Princess Charlotte enjoys.
According to the source, the princess and her 8-year-old brother, Prince George, are “conscious of their perks.” They don’t gloat about their positions or have superiority complexes since the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, 39 and 40, “trained them to be grateful.” The royal pupils, on the other hand, “treat their peers with courtesy and as equals.”
By keeping George, Charlotte, and Prince Louis, 3, “far away from social media,” the pair keeps them grounded. “Kate and William will not allow them to have accounts, even hidden ones,” the insider reveals. They are completely opposed to young children having accounts on social media.”
Wiliam said during a September 2019 event that Charlotte believes unicorns are real, and the duke and duchess have shared glimpses of their daughter’s special interests throughout the years.
Two years later, in the “Time to Walk” finale, the future king revealed that his two eldest children fight over “what song is played in the morning” in their home.
“Most mornings, Charlotte and George have a tremendous fight,” William revealed in December 2021. “And now I have to basically prioritize that someone does this one day, and then it’s someone else’s turn the next day.” So George has his turn, and then Charlotte has her turn. “There’s a lot of demand for the music.”
He said at the time that the family’s early dance gatherings included “a lot of hip movements” and “dressing up.”
“Charlotte, in particular, is rushing about the kitchen in her skirts and ballet outfits,” William explained. “With Louis following her about trying to do the same thing, she goes utterly insane.” It’s a really joyous time, and the kids are simply having a good time dancing, playing around, and singing.”
Shakira’s “Waka Waka” is a favorite of Charlotte and her siblings, but their father likes AC/”Thunderstruck.” DC’s
“There’s nothing better than listening to [that song] when you’re a little bleary-eyed after the weekend and trying to get yourself back into the grind of the week,” he remarked. It completely wakes you up, puts you in the best mood imaginable for the rest of the week, and makes you feel like you can take on anything. It’s tough not to dance or nod along to this music.”