Two weeks ago, Prince William and Kate surprised fans with a new, adorable video of their three cuties. In the video seven-year-old Prince George, five-year-old Princess Charlotte and two-year-old Prince Louis asked Sir David Attenborough questions about the natural world.
As she and her brothers had the opportunity to quiz their hero, Princess Charlotte has revealed her newfound love of spiders. “I like spiders, do you like spiders too?” the 5-year-old asked.
According to Express.co.uk, Marlene Koenig, a royal expert, said that in the video the young princess resembled her great-aunt Princess Anne. “She’s going to be a tough little cookie.
“She’s going to be…she’s another Princess Anne in the making. She’s going to be a real laugh, they are all going to be.
“I just melted when Prince Louis said ‘animals’.”
Princess Anne has often been recognized as one of the hardest-working royals, for her duties as Princess Royal and for her no-nonsense attitude.
Just like Princess Anne, when Prince William becomes King, Charlotte could be named The Princess Royal.
And like Princess Anne to the Queen and her brother Charles, Charlotte will no doubt be depended on as one of her father and her brother’s most trusted family members.
Charlotte has also shown off her cheeky side over the years. After her brother Louis’ christening, she needed to remind the audience to keep their distance. As the family was leaving the church she told the paparazzi: “You’re not coming”. And then again, she gave the paparazzi a perfect shot as she stuck out her tongue at grandad Michael Middleton during a family outing and again while serving as a flower girl during Prince Harry’s wedding.
Not long ago, her dad also revealed that Charlotte can be a trouble sometimes. In Prince William’s newest documentary, titled A Planet For Us All, William met a local and her three-year-old.
Shaking the little girl’s hand, the Prince could be seen laughing and joking as he asked her: “Do you like trouble? You are like my little Charlotte! How old is she?” “She is three,” replied her mother.
“She is three years, exactly like my Charlotte!” William said.