THE Duke of Cambridge’s children are set to be fluent in Spanish after just one week in school, thanks to a Spanish nanny.
Princess Charlotte is proving not all Brits prefer their native tongue, as she reportedly picks up numerous words and phrases from Palencia-born nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Barrallo.
The two-year-old toddler is said to be making impressive progress, following in the footsteps of older brother George, aged three, who can already count to ten in Spanish.
The young royal is ‘so polite, but also fun and energetic’, and also praised her ‘beautiful manners’.
She is also picking Spanish fashion tips after her nanny dressed her in specially designed Zara outfits.
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