She is fourth in line to the British throne, after grandfather Prince Charles, father William and older brother Prince George.
Britain royal family has been in the news for quite some time and while it's mostly focussed on Prince Harry's wedding in May, the younger ones of the lot are also attracting attention.
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Although Charlotte is just two-years-old, the cute toddler has already joined her parents for several official visits around the world, and according to Kate, is "in charge" of her big brother, Prince George.
Metro reported that Princess Charlotte has been learning Spanish phrases from nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.
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Charlotte's older brother George, 4, is also learning Spanish, and can already count in the language, revealed the Duchess of Cambridge past year.
There have been rumblings that Prince George is a bit of a wild one, so we have a feeling Charlotte is more subdued - though it has been said that she is very talkative and social, as well as energetic but polite.
George enjoyed his first day of nursery school two years ago on 6 January 2016, at Westacre Montessori Nursery School near Sandringham.
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Princess Charlotte, on the other hand, is attending school on a full-time basis. Online: "She will be spending the day privately".
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