“The boss is always right! And who’s the boss? Princess Charlotte” Queen Elizabeth revealed in a candid interview before her 91st birthday in 2018.
This statement about Princess Charlotte comes from a woman who actually knows quite a few things about taking the lead in the real world and is indeed good at leadership.
Queen Elizabeth said in an interview, that 5-year-old Charlotte rules over her 7-year-old elder brother, Prince George of Cambridge. It was a normal conversation between the Queen and a 12-year-old schoolgirl, Emily Clay.
Speaking to Emily Clay, Queen Elizabeth asked if she ‘looked after’ her 8-year-old sister, Hadleigh. The mother of Emily, Ellen replied: “It’s kind of the other way around”. Listening to it, Her Majesty came up with a reply within a fraction of seconds. She said: “Oh, it’s just like that with my great-grandchildren, Charlotte and George”.The exchange of conversation happened at Sandringham estate in Norfolk.
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There, Emily Clay won a bible which was signed by Queen Elizabeth. It was for a school-related religious education project. There is a saying: Like father, like daughter. In Emily’s case, it’s true. Her dad, Tom, won the same prize in 1990.
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Royal fans must be knowing that Princess Charlotte and Prince George have started going to the school again. The principal of Princess Charlotte said, “Charlotte, is a pretty confident girl. She has settled well into her preschool. Within a few days, she has made a lot of friends. She has been enjoying her school so far”.
Where was Queen Elizabeth staying during the talk?
She was staying at her country home in Norfolk. Her private estate is about 110 miles north of London. According to our reports, she was there until early February. Her Majesty usually remains there until after Accession Day on February 6.
Also read: Get to know all of Queen Elizabeth’s great-grandchildren.
This very day marks the day she became Queen upon the death of her father, King George VI, in 1952. In rare public comments captured on camera, Queen Elizabeth opened up about her historic 1953 coronation.
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