Princess Charlotte has grown up well. The little girl who stuck out her tongue, sitting on her nanny’s lap behind a window in the palace during the Royal Air Force centenary ceremony in 2018, celebrated her sixth birthday a few days ago. In September 2019, she joined her big brother George at Thomas’s Battersea School in South West London, and it looks like the two children are very happy there. One of the conditions for their development comes from the fact that they do not receive preferential treatment on the spot, which allows them better integration. Because of this, the children of Kate and William, who are used to being referred to by the titles of “prince” and “princess” at the palace, use the name of their parents’ title, namely Cambridge. Thus, whether they are the two oldest or the youngest of the couple, schooled at the Willcocks Nursery, the children of Kate and William are known by the names of George Cambridge, Charlotte Cambridge and Louis Cambridge at the school, indicates the Mirror. Despite this more “neutral” name, the real identity of the young heirs has probably not escaped their little comrades, since in 2019, a parent of a student confided to Vanity Fair that Prince George, “very popular”, was nicknamed “PG” by his comrades.
Kate and William, “very friendly” with the other parents
The same parent also praised Kate and William’s investment in their children’s school life. “It’s William or Kate who drop them off, and they are always very friendly,” said the father of the family before adding: “William particularly enjoys chatting with other parents and he trains with other mothers at the Harbor Club after exiting. He is very talkative and friendly. “
Prince William and his children © Handout pictures