She is also described as a sweet and confident little girl with handsome manners. In 2017 Kate confessed that her son, Prince George, can count to ten in Spanish, thanks to their nanny.
The young princess seems to be a step ahead of her brother Prince George who can count to 10 in Spanish aged just 3.
The Duchess of Cambridge isn't above recycling old outfits, so when she stepped out for her first solo engagement of 2018, we weren't surprised to see her sporting the same maternity dress she rocked when she was pregnant with Princess Charlotte.
It makes sense that the pint-sized prince and princess are learning to speak Spanish, in particular.More news: West Ham's Lanzini, Arnautovic run riot at Huddersfield
At a young age, Princess Charlotte is also able to speak two languages.
Meanwhile, Prince George started nursery school when he was also 2-years-old, but he went to a Montessori school that's close to his family's home.
"It's right to talk about motherhood as a wonderful thing, but we also need to talk about its stresses and strains", she said at a maternity mental health event a year ago.
According to magazine, the precocious toddler, who is attending Willcocks Nursery School in Kensington, already speaks two languages - a skill most people can not claim.
'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 past year. Online: "She will be spending the day privately".