Britain's Princess Charlotte attends first day of nursery school

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A source is reported to have told People magazine the young Princess has learned several Spanish phrases and is "very sweet and very confident - she's always chatting away".

The Princess started nursery earlier this week, with her mum taking some adorable photos to mark the occasion, before dropping her off at the school gates. The insider told People, "She has handsome manners". Princess Charlotte with her mother the Duchess of Cambridge as they visit Airbus in Hamburg, Germany with the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Geaorge.

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This week, the world was given a glimpse of Princess Charlotte's bubbly personality as she confidently posed on the steps of her Kensington Palace home before her first day at Willcocks Nursery School in London. The 3-year-old looked ready for her assessment day.

At the time, the Duchess of Cambridge confessed she was trying to teach Charlotte Spanish too, so the young Princess has caught up quickly in less than a year.

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And not only is she polite and social... the royal tot also speaks Spanish!

They choose Willcocks Nursery School because "they were impressed by the team who work there", a source revealed to People.

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Prince George and Princess Charlotte follow in their great-grandmother the Queen's footsteps in inheriting an aptitude for learning languages.

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