Princess Charlotte Is a Tomboy? Prince William, Kate Middleton's Daughter Reportedly Has a Nickname That Matches Her Feisty Personality

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Princess Charlotte has a fiery personality, and her classmates know it. Prince William and Kate Middleton's only daughter even have a fiery nickname at school, according to a report.

Princess Charlotte Is Reportedly Called 'Princess Warrior'

Royal expert and biographer, Katie Nicholl, spoke about the little princess in the Wales' family. According to her, the 7-year-old royal has a strong personality earning her a nickname at Willcocks Nursery School.

Nicholl said this about Princess Charlotte, per Express:

"Apparently, she earned that nickname because, obviously, she is a princess, but she's quite a tomboy. She loves climbing trees, and she's very much an adventurer. [Charlotte] was quite known for her feisty personality."

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However, her parents, the Prince and Princess of Wales, called her by another name. The heir to the throne reportedly calls his daughter "Mignonette," which means "small and delicate" in French. On the other hand, Middleton refers to her mini-me as "Lottie," the abbreviation of her formal name.

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Prince William, Kate Middleton Are Already Preparing Princess Charlotte For Her Future?

Prince Harry reportedly raised concern about the other "spares" in the royal family. The Duke of Sussex got candid about his experiment being Prince William's spare in his memoir titled Spare.

However, the future king assured his younger brother that his children — Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louise, 4 — are not his responsibility.

Nicholl believed Princess Charlotte would not end up like Prince Harry due to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's parenting. Nicholl said this via Dynasty:

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"I think when you look to the Cambridges and how they are raising their children away from the spotlight in pretty ordinary schools in a pretty cottage [Adelaide Cottage] in the grounds of Windsor, having bucket and spade holidays and teaching them to sail on the broads in Norfolk, actually they are enjoying a childhood that William and Harry just didn't get to enjoy."

Nicholl believed that the Prince and Princess of Wales already had plans to deal with Princess Charlotte being Prince George's spare.

"And I think that's why William and Kate are channeling everything they can into raising their children. With that understanding of who they are as royals and as just ordinary children too. Of course, it does open up the question of the next spare, of Princess Charlotte. And I'm sure that William and Kate have that all worked out."

Do you agree that Princess Charlotte has a feisty personality based on her public outings?

Stay tuned for more news and updates about Princess Charlotte.

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