Around her neck was a pink woollen scarf, part of a set with a matching Marie Chantal hat and costing £125.
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.
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And not only is she polite and social... the royal tot also speaks Spanish! A keen amateur photographer, she has lifetime honorary membership of the Royal Photographic Society.
Princess Charlotte is having quite a busy time at the moment after starting nursery school in early January and, if you're anything like us, you have been "awww-ing" over her adorable school snaps ever since they were released by Kensington Palace! To mark the occasion, the Duchess of Cambridge shared sweet new portraits that she'd taken of her daughter in her school outfit.
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They lined the streets on the way to Sutherland Springs to cheer him on as he made his way down the highway. Duncan said he is overwhelmed by the support for the idea. "That's when I moved her and saw him".
Her big brother Prince George is said to be able to count up to ten in Spanish at the age of three. They choose Willcocks Nursery School because "they were impressed by the team who work there", a source revealed to People. Just two years old, Princess Charlotte was described as a natural tennis player by reports that emerged last month, but it seems that's not all. It is a shade Kate often wears, and one that she knows suits brunettes like her and Charlotte well.
Take those handsome tights, which are made by Chelsea designer Amaia and cost around £12.
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Dolly Parton's popular dinner attraction Dixie Stampede dropped half of its name in a recent rebranding effort. Parton opened Stampede in three different cities: Branson, Mo., Pigeon Forge, Tenn . and Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Founded in 1964, it offers including French, dance, sport and music.
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