How Charlotte Copies Mum Kate When Guests Arrive At Kensington Palace?

As it has been reported, William and Kate are doing everything to give their kids a normal upbringing. And just like every other child, little Charlotte loves playing host when people come over to see the family.

It is said that the Princess imitates her mom Kate. The three-year-old girl is showing signs of idolising her glamorous mum and loves to play hostess at their home.

Princess Charlotte's first day at nursery school
Princess Charlotte’s first day at nursery school

A source told US Weekly that when visitors arrive at Kensington Palace, Charlotte tries to make them feel welcome.

“She’ll come up to guests and ask them if they want tea or coffee or offer them sweets — so adorable!”

The source also shared that the princess is “very bubbly,” and said “she’s definitely the biggest character of the three children at the moment.”

While Prince George is the shy one, Charlotte seems to love being in the public eye.

The adorable girl is always smiling and waving hands to the public. Just how cute the both of them were when they went to see brother Louis for the first time.

Then again, she stole the show on Prince Harry and Meghan’s royal wedding. As Harry and Meghan hopped into their carriage, the cameras panned to bridesmaid Charlotte, who melted hearts with her little wave.

Charlotte may be only three-years-old, but she showed off her confident nature with a cheeky remark as she left Louis’ christening.

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The little girl just needed to remind the audience to keep their distance.

While walking hand-in-hand with her father William after the service at the Royal Chapel at St James’s Palace, Charlotte told waiting photographers: ‘You’re not coming’ or ‘He’s not coming.’

Ah, there are so many adorable moments of Charlotte!

Princess Charlotte started back at Willcocks Nursery School last week, which is just around the corner from Kensington Palace.

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