British Royal Family

EXCLUSIVE: What Prince George and Princess Charlotte are really like!

The prince and princess are big personalities!

Prince William, Duchess Catherine, Prince George and  Princess Charlotte

They’re arguably the most famous toddlers in the world, but aside from 
the occasional insight from their parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, little is known about Prince George and his sister Princess Charlotte.

But now a royal insider tells Woman’s Day exactly what the inseparable duo are really like, revealing that Wills and Kate’s kids are the most content royal tots the palace has ever seen!

“George and Charlotte have 
to be the happiest royals in British history."

"They’ve got everything any child could ever want and – unusually for the Windsors – they’ve got two parents who completely and utterly dote on them,” the palace insider reveals.

“The royals have traditionally made very standoffish parents," they tell us exclusively.

“In the case of George and Charlotte, however, they always come first. As far as Wills and Kate are concerned, there are 
no exceptions to the rule!”

According to our palace source, three-year-old George 
is by far the cheekier of the pair, and he really gives Wills and Kate, both 34, the run-around.

George 
is by far the cheekier of the pair!
George 
is by far the cheekier of the pair!
Charlotte is very "chatty."
Charlotte is very "chatty."

William himself admitted last month that George can be a bit of a whirlwind.

“George is a right little rascal sometimes,” the prince admitted, before adding the pre-schooler is “a sweet boy” nonetheless.

In contrast to her big brother, Charlotte is very well-behaved – but that doesn’t mean she’s lacking confidence.

In fact, the princess, 20 months, often leads the way when she and George are mixing with other kids.

Kate describes her daughter as “very chatty,” and says she loves having play dates.

For more on what the darling kids are like and how Wills and Kate plan on teaching them how to deal with royal life, be sure to pick up a copy of this week's issue of Woman's Day magazine!

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