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A source has revealed that Prince George and Princess Charlotte share a special bond, suggesting that the royal brothers and sisters learn to lean on each other & # 39 ;. Pictured: George and Charlotte during the sailing competition of the King & # 39; s Cup last week for the Isle of White

The special bond of Prince George and Princess Charlotte: brothers and sisters lean on each other & # 39; because performance data with outsiders & # 39; difficult & # 39; Royal Source claims

  • Prince George (6) and Princess Charlotte (4) would have a unique bond
  • Cambridge children have been spotted on recent trips
  • Source revealed playdates with others are & # 39; tricky & # 39 ;, so that siblings & # 39; lean on each other & # 39;
  • Charlotte is & # 39; so excited & # 39; to join George at the & # 39; big school & # 39; in Thomas & # 39; Battersea
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Prince George and Princess Charlotte & # 39; lean on each other & # 39; while they grow up and share a unique bond, according to a royal insider.

A source told People magazine that George, 6 and Charlotte, 4, have grown particularly close, as performance dates with outsiders are sometimes & # 39; tricky & # 39; can be.

The oldest Cambridge children, who are almost old, are spotted together on recent trips, kick a football at a charity polo in July and dip their toes in the showstream in May.

It is also said that Charlotte & # 39; so excited & # 39; is to join her big brother at & # 39; big school & # 39; Thomas Battersea in the fall, when it is likely that the brothers and sisters will grow even closer.

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A source has revealed that Prince George and Princess Charlotte share a special bond, suggesting that the royal brothers and sisters learn to lean on each other & # 39 ;. Pictured: George and Charlotte during the sailing competition of the King & # 39; s Cup last week for the Isle of White

A source has revealed that Prince George and Princess Charlotte share a special bond, suggesting that the royal brothers and sisters learn to lean on each other & # 39 ;. Pictured: George and Charlotte during the sailing competition of the King & # 39; s Cup last week for the Isle of White

While brother Prince Louis, 16 months, three years younger than Charlotte and five years younger than George, his older brothers and sisters were born only 22 months apart.

An insider revealed: & # 39; They are almost old and spend so much time together. Playdates (with outsiders) can be tricky, so they learn to lean on each other. & # 39;

On recent trips, the children seemed incredibly close and laughed around while their parents took part in a hunting race last week.

And while Prince William played a polo match with their uncle Prince Harry in July, Prince George and Charlotte were seen chasing a football together.

The oldest Cambridge children seem close by and play together several times this summer (pictured on The King Power Royal Charity Polo Day at Billingbear Polo Club on July 10)

The oldest Cambridge children seem close by and play together several times this summer (pictured on The King Power Royal Charity Polo Day at Billingbear Polo Club on July 10)

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The oldest Cambridge children seem close by and play together several times this summer (pictured on The King Power Royal Charity Polo Day at Billingbear Polo Club on July 10)

When Kate Middleton unveiled her Chelsea flower garden earlier this summer, the older children also seemed to like to play with each other and chose to sit together and dip their toes in a stream.

It is likely that their bond will only get stronger in the fall, when Charlotte joins her big brother at his school, Thomas Battersea.

The insider said the little princess was overjoyed to take her brother to & # 39; big school & # 39; to go.

They revealed: & # 39; Charlotte can't wait to be with George at the big school. She is so enthusiastic about it. & # 39;

Princess Charlotte and George chose to immerse their toes in a trickling stream as they enjoyed relaxing in the garden of their mother's Chelsea Flower Show
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Princess Charlotte and George chose to immerse their toes in a trickling stream as they enjoyed relaxing in the garden of their mother's Chelsea Flower Show

Princess Charlotte and George chose to immerse their toes in a trickling stream as they enjoyed relaxing in the garden of their mother's Chelsea Flower Show

The brothers and sisters would be excited to spend more time together when Charlotte goes to & # 39; big school & # 39; goes with Prince George (pictured last week at the King & # 39; s Cup Regatta in Cowes)

The brothers and sisters would be excited to spend more time together when Charlotte goes to & # 39; big school & # 39; goes with Prince George (pictured last week at the King & # 39; s Cup Regatta in Cowes)

The brothers and sisters would be excited to spend more time together when Charlotte goes to & # 39; big school & # 39; goes with Prince George (pictured last week at the King & # 39; s Cup Regatta in Cowes)

The close bond of the brother or sister comes despite their difference in personality, whereby Prince George often seems more reserved and calm.

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Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte seems quite outgoing and often playful with waiting photographers.

At the weekend, she stuck her tongue out at those who watched, and at Brother Louis's baptism last year, she charmed the global media when she told paparazzi they were not coming in.

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