Little Princess Charlotte's Royal title is much longer than the majority thinks
While many know that Royal Family names are quite long, the little one’s name has surprised quite a few people.
Pop Sugar reported that Prince William and Kate Middleton’s daughter, Princess Charlotte’s Royal Title is longer than many.
Princess Charlotte will turn three this May but not before she becomes a big sister. She has had quite a bit of responsibility since her own birth in 2015.
She may never actually sit on the throne, but her Royal Title is just as impressive as having a crown on her head.
Just two days after Charlotte’s birth, Kensington Palace announced her name and title. Her birth certificate lists her full name as Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge.
Though she is still quite young, her occupation is mentioned as Princess of the United Kingdom.
The second child of William and Kate, she is already coming into her own. Her father, while speaking with Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and his family, revealed the little one’s favorite hobby.
He said, “My daughter Charlotte loves dancing.” Besides the graceful art, she appears to be already reading and is fluent in Spanish, according to reports. Her new language acquisition is mainly thanks to her nanny, Maria Turrion Borrallo, who was born in Spain.
Her big brother, Prince George, is not far behind. At another event with Prince Harry, William said that George would love to be a police officer someday. He said that his son is “obsessed” by the police.
For the last Christmas, the only thing George asked for was a police car.
Charlotte has seen many milestones since becoming fourth in line to succeed the throne. She experienced her christening and two public appearances at Trooping the Colour.
She also embarked on two Royal Tours with her brother and parents and served as a Royal Flower Girl in her aunt Pipa Middleton’s wedding.