Princess Charlotte was known in the nursery as & # 39; Warrior Princess & # 39; thanks to her & # 39; tomboy & # 39; character and & # 39; feisty & personality, claims a royal expert
- & # 39; Tomboy & # 39; Charlotte was called Warrior Princess, claims royal expert Katie Nicholl
- The Royal, 4, started Thursday at St Thomas & Battersea in South London
- Charlotte joins her brother Prince George, 6, at the £ 18,915-a-year school
Princess Charlotte's nickname in the nursery was & # 39; Warrior Princess & # 39 ;, thanks to her & # 39; feisty & # 39; and & # 39; tomboy & # 39; personality, a royal expert has claimed.
The four-year-old royal was present at Willcocks Nursery, near Kensington Palace, for 18 months, before joining the big brother Prince George, six, in Thomas & Battersea, London.
Royal expert and author Katie Nicholl claimed that Charlotte was known by the nickname & # 39; Warrior Princess & # 39; at Willcocks and speculated that the name could follow her after Thomas.
Charlotte & # 39; s daycare nickname was & # 39; Warrior Princess & # 39 ;, claims a royal expert. She went to Willcocks Nursery before moving to Prince George, six, in Thomas & Battersea, London, this term. Pictured, George and Charlotte on the first day of school last week
Speaking recently Entertainment tonight, she said: & # 39; The other nickname she had when she was at Willcocks Nursery, which was just before the summer, was Warrior Princess.
& # 39; I wonder if that might be a nickname that stays with her. Apparently she earned that nickname because she is clearly a princess, but she is quite a tomboy.
& # 39; She loves climbing trees and she is a true adventurer, she was known for her spirited personality. & # 39;
Royal author and commentator Katie Nicholls said that Princess Charlotte is known for her feisty personality. On the photo the royal woman sticks her tongue out during an outing with Kate last month
Katie added that she is known to friends and family as & # 39; Lottie & # 39 ;.
The young royal is said to be Charlotte Cambridge in the register at her new school.
Charlotte was accompanied by brother George and parents the duke and duchess of Cambridge, 37, when she arrived for her first day in the last Thursday of Thomas.
Charlotte was accompanied by brother George and parents the duke and duchess of Cambridge, 37, when she arrived for her first day on the last Thursday of Thomas, pictured
She proudly wore her uniform, the confident young princess was accompanied this morning by her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as George – third in line with the throne – when she started her school career.
Primary school head Helen Haslem waited to greet her new student and shook hands with the princess, who celebrated her fourth birthday on May 2 and will be known as Charlotte Cambridge to staff and schoolmates.
It was a low-key event, recorded by a small group of journalists, as opposed to the hustle and bustle of photographers who came to school on Prince William's first day when he was deposed by Diana, Princess of Wales.
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