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.
"She's very sweet and very confident - she's always chatting away" the source divulged.
The source also described her as 'so polite, but also fun and energetic, ' adding, 'She has lovely manners'. "She has lovely manners".
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We can't wait to hear more about Charlotte's educational journey. Her older brother, Prince George, attended preschool at Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk. The picture comes shortly after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released photos of two-year-old Charlotte on her first day at Willcocks Nursery School.
Within minutes, people rushed to agree, with another adding, "1st thing that crossed my mind when I saw this picture!"
Willcocks Nursery School, founded in 1964, offers activities for children between ages two and five including poetry, acting, snack time, singing and show and tell.
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A source told The Sun: "She might not be three until May but they were convinced she'd love it and so far she has".
And the institution were equally "delighted" that the couple - who are expecting their third child together - have selected their nursery for Princess Charlotte to attend.
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