As children get older, their parents start noticing that they are good at something specific. Even if they are not that good, there is always an activity they like to do the most.
Princess Charlotte, who lives in a huge castle, her parents are among the most important and influential people in the world, and her great-grandmother is the Queen of England, is no different in that aspect.
At her 2 years of age, she has surprised several members of the royalty with her enthusiastic and energetic character, and her father, Prince William, shared some details about it.
According to him, the toddler has a personality so vivacious and happy that everyone who has been in touch with her has noticed it.
She likes to entertain and delight people with her silly antics. There is even a story that has been shared many times for different members of the Royal Family.
During a reception following a service that took place on Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey, William was talking to the Maltese Prime Minister, Joseph Muscat, his wife, Michelle, and twin daughters, 10-year-olds, Etoile Ella and Soleil Sophie.
At the same time, everybody else was enjoying the dance number of Ngati Ranana, the London Maori Choir. When William saw her dancing, he explained Muscat and his family that Charlotte loves to dance.
The family, including the twins, were pleased to hear that little Charlotte was into dancing at such an early time of her life. After that, people started wondering if she might become a professional dancer when she grows older.
The truth is that she is too young to even start thinking about it and her parents are focused on the new child they will welcome in April.
They have not revealed either the exact due date or the gender of the baby yet. Prince George and Charlotte are ready to become the best siblings in the world, though.