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Experts Reveal How George And Charlotte Get Along And It’s Far Different Than What We’ve Been Led To Believe

July 25, 2018

Living like a royal looks to be the most enjoyable life. You seemingly have the world at your fingertips, you’re respected by people far and wide, and you’re admired by young and old. It’s a lifestyle that many desire, but only a few can lead successfully.


Some marry into the family while others are born into it. William and Harry know no other life than one within the palace walls. From the moment they were born, the world kept a watchful eye on them.

As children, they were the shining stars in every room they entered. Now that they’re adults, their popularity has only increased.


Prince William’s three children, George, Charlotte, and Louis have gained far more attention than anyone even realized, making them some of the most recognizable faces on the planet.

The more we see them, the more we love them! We can’t help but want to know every little detail about their lives. What are their likes, dislikes, hobbies, and personality quirks?

Thankfully, on rare occasions, royal insiders give us a smidgen of information about them. Today, we’ve learned a little more about the dynamics between the two eldest children, George and Charlotte.

Their personalities vary quite greatly. George has always seemed more cool, calm, and collected, while Charlotte always appears to be bubbly, charming, and vibrant.

One could only wonder just how well these two siblings get along. Like most children, there’s a bit of rivalry, especially since they’re so close in age. Now that George is a big five-year-old, his personality is starting to shift a bit.


According to sources, he’s begun to want a little more time alone. “George is very independent now and not as interested in playing with Charlotte all the time. They are close, but George likes to go off and do his own thing.”

This certainly is understandable, considering their vastly differing personalities. This is just part of what makes them unique and lovable in their own special ways.


The source continues: “George takes a little while to warm up, but once he’s comfortable with you, he’s very chatty and charming.” While we know they love each other dearly, they’re starting to grow older and mature in their own ways. We look forward to seeing just how their relationship grows in the coming years.

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