Prince William & Kate Middleton's Eldest Child George Reportedly Started Piano Lessons Recently & Can Play for Hours
Prince George has no qualms learning the piano and enjoying some tennis with his mother, Kate Middleton.
Although he might mount the throne as the King of England one day, until that happens, Prince George is content living his best life getting well-versed in playing musical instruments.
"George has recently started piano lessons and is a complete natural. He'll play for hours!"
As it turned out, George isn't the only one in the family with interest in extracurricular activities as another source claimed that he and his mother often enjoyed playing tennis with his mother, Kate Middleton.
While George has no issues learning new things, his mother, Kate Middleton, has plans to ensure that he became as fluent in as many languages as possible.
"Kate and her husband Prince William had started their search for a nanny to replace 71-year-old Jessie Webb, who was William's nanny when he was a young boy."
HER reported that Kate had previously divulged that George, who is her eldest child, could count up to ten in Spanish, having been taught by his Spanish nanny, Maria Teresa Turin Borrallo.
In addition to that, his little sister, Princess Charlotte, had also picked up some phrases in Spanish as a source stated that she was "charming and very confident – she's always chatting away."
The children also appeared to be excelling at school as Kate joyfully explained that George was at a school called Thomas's, where he was learning about space.
The education the 6-year-old is getting is a way to get him prepared for his life as a king following Daily Mail's report, which claimed that his parents have started speaking to him about what his roles would soon entail.
Another insider had divulged that George has turned into a confident little boy who loved meeting new people, and his four-year-old sister was a social butterfly.
Meanwhile, Cheatsheet stated that the priming process for the young royalties also included finding the right nanny for them.
As earlier mentioned, George and Charlotte have a nanny named Maria Teresa Turin Borrallo, who was reportedly handpicked by Kate.
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During the search, the couple had heard about Maria from other couples they knew who had nothing but good things to say about her.
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While Maria gets to do what she went to nanny school to learn, many are confident that getting paid a £30,000 a year made the job even better for her.