Charlotte seems to be a step ahead of her brother Prince George who is also known to be able to count to ten in Spanish despite being just three.
Another difference between Prince George and Princess Charlotte's education was that the 4-year-old attended Montessori on a part-time basis.
Another interesting tidbit is that Charlotte is learning both English and Spanish.
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"She said she is trying to teach Charlotte Spanish and said her son George can count up to 10 in Spanish already", the little girl, Sayanna, told reporters.
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Parents Wills and Kate are said to have hand-picked Willcocks Nursery School for Charlotte because they were impressed with the team who work there.
The Prince started primary school at Thomas's Battersea in September, a £20K-a-year family-run establishment situated in an old grammar school in Wandsworth. The credit for this goes to her nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo who was born in Palencia, Spain.
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According to sources, Prince William and Charlotte usually communicate in this language, adding that she is "very sweet and very confident, and is always chatting".
Charlotte will be a full-time pupil at the school.
The young princess is said to have learned Spanish phrases from her Spanish nanny, María Teresa Turríon Borallo.
Prince William and Kate Middleton enrolled Princess Charlotte to a different school for nursery.
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