Princess Charlotte is two and she can already speak two languages
At the age of two Princess Charlotte can already speak Spanish and has been practicing with her Palencia-born nanny, according to reports.
The Princess started nursery earlier this week, with her mum taking some adorable photos to mark the occasion, before dropping her off at the school gates.
Charlotte beamed in the photos taken before she travelled from Kensington Palace to nearby Willcocks Nursery School, where she will be a full-time pupil, attending its Monday to Friday morning classes.
The school charges fees of just over £3,000 a term, where it employs lots of play as children learn.
But it seems the Princess is already ahead of the curve, with reports today suggesting she is already able to speak two languages, after learning Spanish phrases from her nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.
A source is reported to have told People magazine the young Princess has learned several Spanish phrases and is ‘very sweet and very confident — she’s always chatting away’.
The source also described her as ‘so polite, but also fun and energetic,’ adding, ‘She has beautiful manners.’
Her big brother Prince George is said to be able to count up to ten in Spanish at the age of three.
‘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 last year.
The Prince started primary school at Thomas’s Battersea in September, a £20K-a-year family-run establishment situated in an old grammar school in Wandsworth.