Princess Charlotte Already Speaks Spanish To Her Nanny

The two-year-old is apparently bilingual.

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Despite being only two years-old, the younger sister to Prince George is already more accomplished than most of us.

It was reported last month that the tiny Princess is a 'natural' tennis player, whilst we still can't figure out how the scoring works.

Now People magazine are claiming that the current only daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is also bilingual.

Princess Charlotte
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Despite having only started school this year, the Princess, who has more than a passing resemblance to her paternal grandmother, the Queen, is already chatting away in Español. This is because her nanny Maria Teresa Turrion is a Spanish native, and must sometimes speak to the tiny Princess in her native language.

The royals with Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo at Princess Charlotte's christening

Last year the Duchess apparently told a member of the public that Borrallo is trying to teach Charlotte Spanish, whilst George can already count up to ten in the language.

The source apparently also described the fifth in line to the throne as, 'very sweet and very confident' and explained she 'has beautiful manners', is ' so polite, but also fun and energetic.'

She sounds blooming adorable, and we don't doubt it for a second. Remember when she curtseyed to those soldiers in Warsaw? Our hearts.

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