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Princess Charlotte Already Speaks Spanish To Her Nanny

Princess Charlotte Already Speaks Spanish To Her Nanny

Prince George is said to be able to count to 10 in Spanish, Metro reported.

During the outing, the duchess - whose third child is due in April - wore a blue floral maternity dress from Séraphine, which costs a humble (by royal standards) $109 US.

It makes sense that the pint-sized prince and princess are learning to speak Spanish, in particular.

The young princess is said to have learned Spanish phrases from her Spanish nanny, María Teresa Turríon Borallo.

Previous year the Duchess of Cambridge confirmed the reports of her linguistically curious children.




The two-year-old royal - the daughter of Prince William and Duchess Catherine - is said to be "polite, but also fun and energetic", and she loves to engage in a conversation, particularly in Spanish with her nanny Maria Turrion Borrallo.

Despite having only started school this year, the Princess, who has more than a passing resemblance to her paternal grandmother, the Queen, is already chatting away in Español.

The school charges fees of just over £3,000 a term, where it employs lots of play as children learn. 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.

Just two years old, Princess Charlotte was described as a natural tennis player by reports that emerged last month, but it seems that's not all.

This choice for George was most likely for the role that he will have to one day take as leader of the country.


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