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Princess Charlotte Already Speaks Spanish To Her Nanny

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Charlotte will be a full-time pupil at the school. It charges just over NZ$5670 for those who attend mornings Monday

The images were taken by her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, before Charlotte went Monday to the nearby Willcocks Nursery School in London. In 2017 Kate confessed that her son, Prince George, can count to ten in Spanish, thanks to their nanny.

Kate is now pregnant with her third child, and is due to give birth in April this year.

Metro reported that Princess Charlotte has been learning Spanish phrases from nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.

'She (Borrallo) said she is trying to teach Charlotte Spanish and said George can count up to ten in Spanish already, ' Kate told a member of the public previous year.

The source apparently also described the fifth in line to the throne as, "very sweet and very confident" and explained she "has handsome manners", is ' so polite, but also fun and energetic'.

At a young age, Princess Charlotte is also able to speak two languages.

A year ago the Duchess apparently told a member of the public that Borrallo is trying to teach Charlotte Spanish, whilst George can already count up to ten in the language.

The source also described her as 'so polite, but also fun and energetic, ' adding, 'She has handsome manners'.

The duchess' love of repeating outfits makes her one of the more relatable members of the Royal Family, and fans on Twitter have constantly given her praise for it. While it might be back to business for the residents of Kensington Palace, with both Prince George and Princess Charlotte heading back to school and nursery this week, and both Kate and Prince William out on official engagements, there is one aspect of the festive season that remains for the royal until February.

It has also been revealed why Charlotte won't attend the same nursery as her older brother did.

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