Princess Charlotte has just turned six, but she already has a lot of confidence and a cheeky demeanor to match.
Her father, Prince William, 38, revealed that the brave schoolgirl said she was 16 when asked how old she was and replied, “I’m six now. I will do what I want ”.
Speaking yesterday on an engagement in the West Midlands, William also revealed that Kate Middleton, 39, threw a small garden party to mark their daughter’s sixth birthday on Sunday, inviting ‘another family’ to celebrate.
Government guidelines allow two households to congregate outside, meaning the Cambridges would have been allowed to welcome another family into their garden at Kensington Palace.
Prince William, 38, revealed Princess Charlotte said she was’ 16 ‘when asked how old she was and replied:’ I’m six now. I will do whatever i want
Speaking yesterday on an engagement in the West Midlands, William (pictured) also shared that he and Kate Middleton, 39, had a small garden party to mark their daughter’s sixth birthday
When asked if Charlotte was having a ‘nice birthday’, William replied, ‘She thanked you very much, yes.
“Unfortunately for her obviously last year there wasn’t a birthday party because of the lockdown, but this year (we had) another family so that was it.
“So it wasn’t a party per se, but we made it as fun as possible for her. “
Prince William later joked “if you ask her, she says she’s 16… Charlotte says,” I’m six now, I’ll do whatever I want “.
He added: “They grow up very fast”.
Princess Charlotte, the second of three children to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, turned six on Sunday.
Princess Charlotte has just turned six, but she already has a lot of confidence and a cheeky demeanor to match, her father has revealed. Pictured, in the video posted to mark Prince William and Kate Middleton’s tenth wedding anniversary last year
Kensington Palace has released a portrait of the smiling princess to mark the occasion.
Prince William was speaking during a visit to staff at Babcock International Vehicle Engineering, Wallsall, who have kept production going during the pandemic by adopting Covid 19 safety systems. He was instrumental in the design fans for the NHS.
Prince William also met with Aston Villa players on a visit to open the team’s new state-of-the-art high performance center.
The Duke of Cambridge, 38, who has supported the Birmingham-based team since he was a child, has been seen chatting and laughing with players at the Warwickshire training ground.
Princess Charlotte often steals the show at events and family photos. Pictured during the King’s Cup sailing regatta on the Isle of Wight in August 2019
A beaming William heard about the Premier League club’s community outreach program and the work it did during the pandemic.
The father of three was the guest of honor when the ribbon was cut at the new £ 6million facility at Bodymoor Heath Training Center in Bodymoor Heath.
He learned how the club opened its facilities for antenatal clinics, run by the Birmingham and Sandwell NHS Trust, while also meeting with representatives from Villa Kitchen, which provides 1,000 hot meals each week to local organizations.
William, sporting the club colors in a navy blue suit and burgundy sweater, with a blue mask, appeared in good spirits as he chatted with first-team players, such as captain Jack Grealish, on the pitch .