Princess Charlotte may have inherited Princess Diana's talent for dancing, as the Duchess of Cambridge has just revealed that her two-year-old 'absolutely loves to dance'.
Kate Middleton was visiting the Princess Diana garden at Kensington Palace on Wednesday with Prince William and Prince Harry when she spoke with English National Ballet director Tamara Rojo about Diana's former passion for dancing (according to Hello!).
Speaking about Charlotte, Kate said: 'She absolutely loves it.'
The Duke of Cambridge recalled Diana's 'fantastic' dancing and her elation when she busted a move, adding: 'She loved dancing, she was a fantastic dancer.
'We've been going through her music collection recently and there's some quite eclectic stuff in there. She was elated by the skill.'
She loved dancing, she was a fantastic dancer
The Duke and Duchess were then invited to the English National Ballet's 'My First Ballet' programme, with William graciously accepting the offer: 'We will definitely have to come.'
Meanwhile, Kate, William and Harry met with representatives of charities that Diana had supported, including the National Aids Trust, Great Ormond Street Hospital, the Leprosy Mission, and the English National Ballet as they marked the 20th anniversary of Diana's death.
The royal trio paid tribute to Diana on a tour of the Sunken Garden, which has been transformed into thein Diana's memory this summer.
Head Gardener Sean Harkin led the royals on a walk around the grounds and pointed out a number of the late Princess' favourite flowers on the way, from lilies to white roses.
The garden is the fourth London memorial to Diana, and the temporary tribute will stay open to visitors until the end of the year.