Princess Charlotte news: Young royal copies mum Kate Middleton with sweet talent | Royal | News (Reports)


The future king made the sweet revelation as he spoke to a group of schoolchildren for his ITV documentary A Planet For Us All. He surprised the delighted children after they built a bug hotel called Buckingham Palace to raise awareness of the importance of insects for helping protect the environment. But during their chat with William, the children were full of questions about his own offspring.

One child asked the Duke if his eldest son Prince George, 7, had taught the rest of the family how to do the floss dance.

William replied that his daughter Charlotte, 5, had learnt the popular dance style when she was only four after her mother also mastered the skill.

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He said: “No, Charlotte can floss.

“Catherine can floss, but I can’t. It’s, it’s like a really horrible film to watch me floss.”

Another child asked: “Is Princess Charlotte cheekier than Prince George?”

However, William said: “No, they’re about as cheeky as each other.

“They’re very cheeky.”

In the documentary, William said young people should have help to get their “voices heard”.

He said: “That generational gap has to be bridged somehow.

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They were reported to have thrown a tea party at their country home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk, to celebrate Kate’s love of tea.

A source close to the royals told People explained: “If you go round to her house, you get a cup of tea, and it’s often William who makes it!

“It’s a lovely, welcoming house, not a fancy, stuffy palace in any way.

“It’s a normal, busy family home with kids running around and knocking things over. There’s no airs and graces.”

Last year, Kate admitted lockdown was “challenging” with three young children.

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She told the BBC: “The children have got such stamina. You pitch a tent, take the tent down again, cook, bake.

“You get to the end of the day—they’ve had a lovely time.

“But it’s amazing how much you can cram into a day, that’s for sure.”

In September, when George and Charlotte were able to return to in-person school, Prince William admitted “signing with relief”.

He said: “I think every parent is breathing a sigh of relief that school has started again.

“Five months—it’s been wonderful, but it’s been a long five months.”


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