Royal fans have watched Princess Charlotte’s life since the moment she was born. The minute Kate finally revealed her new daughter’s face, fans were in love.
We’ve watched her smile, we’ve noticed how similar she looks to the beloved Queen Elizabeth II, and we’ve watched her grow.
Charlotte, now two years old, is becoming very well known for one specific thing around Buckingham Palace.
Charlotte is an entertainer.
She loves to shine bright.
Prince William described his little princess as ‘delight’ and royal fans didn’t hesitate to agree.
This has also left fans wondering if Charlotte is already approaching the ‘middle child syndrome’ that psychologists often claim is unavoidable.
But middle child syndrome is not always as destructive as it sounds.
If a child is parented correctly, middle child syndrome will result in a child who is the life of the party, the apple of the eye; an entertainer and a jokester.
So far, it sounds like Princess Charlotte is right on track.
While she may live a very peculiar life, the duke ensured that his little girl is just as happy as any other 2-year-old.
At a recent reception that followed a service to mark Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey, William revealed to guests that his daughter loves to dance.
“My daughter Charlotte loves dancing.”
It appears that the now almost-3-year-old Charlotte is full of fun and bouncing energy.
Kate is set to give birth to royal baby number three this April and one thing is clear – that baby is going to have a wonderful big sister. Charlotte is guaranteed to always put a smile on her baby sibling’s face and royal fans cannot wait to see it happen. The trio will certainly be one that is hard to miss; full of cute smiles and parented by the best.
Cheers to growing into an absolute goofball, Charlotte. We wouldn’t want it any other way.
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