There’s no doubt that Prince George and Princess Charlotte are two very special little kids. In all of their public appearances, the royal children always seem so adorable and well behaved. But as it turns out, they’re also very smart!
A source recently opened up to People magazine about Princess Charlotte’s first day of nursery school, which she started on January 8, 2018. The anonymous insider spoke about the toddler’s personality and her aptitude for the Spanish language.
“She’s very sweet and very confident — she’s always chatting away,” the source said, adding that Charlotte “is so polite, but also fun and energetic. […] She has beautiful manners.” The insider also revealed that Charlotte already speaks “some Spanish.”
According to People, Charlotte’s royal nanny, Maria Turrion Borrallo, is originally from Spain.
The Daily Mail reports that the Duchess of Cambridge told a member of the public last year that the nanny was teaching Charlotte Spanish and that George could already count up to 10 in his second language.
It makes sense that the pint-sized prince and princess are learning to speak Spanish, in particular. After all, the two will act on behalf of the royal family when they grow up, undertaking engagements and tours all around the world, and Spanish is the second-most widely spoken language in the world.
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[H/T: Daily Mail]
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