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Princess Charlotte is a little twinkle-toes according to Prince William

The Duke of Cambridge has revealed that his young daughter loves to dance and with footage of Prince William enjoying the odd boogie emerging in the past- could it be that she takes after him on the dance floor?

The precious revelation came about after Prince William attended a meeting on Monday with Malta’s leader, Joseph Muscat.

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Princess Charlotte’s father opened up about the youngster’s hobby when Michelle Muscat, wife of Joseph Muscat, told him of how her ten-year-old twin daughters, Etoile Ella and Soleil Sophie, love to attend stage school.

The Duke of Cambridge met the leader of Malta and his wife at a Commonwealth Day reception hosted at Marlborough House.

Upon the revelation made by Michelle Muscat, Prince William replied: “My daughter Charlotte loves dancing.”

And with the royal wedding fast approaching on 19 May, it may be the perfect opportunity for the young Princess to show off her moves, and no doubt Prince Harry will be happy to accompany her on the dance floor.

But it might not be just her dance moves that steal the show. Princess Charlotte, who turns three just a couple of weeks before the big day, is rumoured to have been given the very important role of flower girl alongside her older brother Prince George, who will likely be taking on the position of pageboy.

And it’s not just dancing she loves, according to other anecdotes shared by Prince William and The Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte loves to eat pasta and at the tender age of two is already learning to speak Spanish.

A source told People that when it comes to learning the language she is “very sweet and very confident- she’s always chatting away.”

So it’s clear that despite only being two-years-old, Princess Charlotte is already proving to be a very talented youngster with a love for foreign language, showing off her moves and the odd plate of pasta – how adorable!

 

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