Here's why Prince George and Princess Charlotte are attending different schools

Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh leave together after attending a church service yesterday at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham Norfolk

Here's why Prince George and Princess Charlotte are attending different schools

However, the duchess wasn't the only one to speak about Princess Charlotte's strong personality. According to Us Weekly, the Queen asked Clay whether she "looked after" her younger sister, to which her mother quipped, "It's the other way around".

When Emily's mom said, "It's the other way around", Queen Elizabeth replied, "It's like that with Charlotte and George".

Princess Charlotte rules the roost at Kate Middleton and Prince William's family home and looks after her big brother Prince George, The Queen revealed.

Charlotte, who will turn 3 in May, also recently started preschool at Willcocks Nursery School, near Kensington Palace in London. The youngest royal, and fourth in line to the British throne, has officially started school.

When it was announced that the princess was going to head to the nursery a year ago, the school wrote: "We are delighted that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen the Willcocks Nursery School for Princess Charlotte". "[Kate said] they are both becoming really good friends, George and Charlotte", Burge added. Only time will tell, but we think Charlotte will handle herself just fine.

The remarks from Queen Elizabeth, Charlotte's and George's great-grandmother, are consistent with what Princess Kate has said about her two children's relationship.

Although they're close in age, siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte reportedly have a very sweet bond. "All fathers say that to me - watch out for the little girls". From the day she was born to her most exciting role yet, scroll through to see Princess Charlotte's most adorable pictures.

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