Princess Charlotte, according to his mother, is ‘in control’ of the future king Prince George.


Princess Charlotte, according to his mother, is ‘in control’ of the future king Prince George.

According to Kate Middleton and Prince William, Princess Charlotte looks after older brother Prince George because she rules the roost in the Cambridge family.

Although Prince George is the oldest of the Cambridge children, his younger sister Charlotte is the one in charge.

Whether it’s sticking her tongue out at the press or telling reporters they “can’t come” in at Prince Louis’ christening, the mischievous kid appears increasingly confident in front of the camera, according to My London.

Kate Middleton offered some interesting insights about her children when speaking to a fellow mother at a special war memorial event in 2017.

“She said Charlotte is growing up really fast,” Samantha Burge, wife of Warrant Officer Class 2 Chris Burge, told reporters. She is the one who makes the decisions.

“We both have two-year-olds, and they’re in charge.” It was a little mummy talk.” “ George and Charlotte, [she claimed], are becoming extremely good friends,” the mother continued.

Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Charlotte’s grandmother, is said to have confirmed the youngster’s strong personality.

The Queen asked a 10-year-old girl if she looked after her younger sister while presenting her with a book.

“It’s the other way around,” the girl’s mother said, to which the Queen replied, “It’s like that with Charlotte and George.”

Charlotte turned six earlier this year, and her father, Prince William, says she’s growing up quickly.

“She’s six, yeah,” William stated at an engagement in the West Midlands. If you ask her, she claims to be 16 years old.

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“‘I’m six now,’ Charlotte adds. ‘I’ll do whatever I want.’ It’s as if they’re growing up too quickly.” The announcement comes as sources suggest the Cambridge children may be in for a memorable Christmas with numerous of their family.

The Royal Family’s Christmas plans were badly disrupted last year due to lockdown restrictions, as they were for many other families around the country.

Duncan Larcombe, a royal specialist, told OK! that the Cambridge children could have three Christmases this year.

Carole and Michael Middleton are reported to be doting grandparents to Kate’s children, and the Cambridges are known to be close to her family.

The Cambridge children, on the other hand, will almost certainly have a royal Christmas with their beloved great-grandmother, the Queen.


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