At three-years-old, it feels like we hardly knew what our favourite food meant. So now, imagine a three-year-old having to know what her favourite food is.
For us, it feels a bit strange, to know it for sure. However, this isn’t the case with Prince Charlotte. But, then again, her choices of cuisine are fairly much more than us.
Princess Charlotte’s favourite food isn’t chips or mash or peas or any other form of baby mush. Our little princess’ favourite food item is olives. Speaking during her visit to the Lavender Primary School, Kate Middleton revealed that her little girl loves olives. And she loves cooking alongside her brother, Prince George, reports People.
And what is their favourite recipe? Cheesy pasta.
Continuing, the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate also revealed that her two eldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte in fact, cook in the kitchen with her. Well, that’s something new we have heard about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate’s royal kids.
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However, verifying the statement, Matthew Kleiner-Mann, chief executive of the Ivy Learning Trust, told the royal reporters that: “They made cheesy pasta the other day. While one stirs the flour, the other one puts the milk and butter in. And they make salads and stuff too”.
That’s a classy brother-sister bond.
Also read: This Old Photo Of Princess Diana Tells Us A Lot About Princess Charlotte.
As the young royals are growing up at lightning speed, many royal fans are noticing how much Princess Charlotte is starting to look like her late grandmother, Princess Diana of Wales.
In the image shared above on The Royal UK’s Instagram handle, the tot looks very much like her grandmother. Not only the looks, Princess Charlotte even has the same cheeky smirk like Princess Diana.