Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince George, 4, are said to be very close as the heir to the throne looks out for his younger sister at school. But the two reportedly argue over “silly things like toys”. Prince George is the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first child and was born on July 22, 2013.
Speaking on Royally obsessed, Kaitlin Menza said: “Charlotte and George apparently argue.
“It’s usually over silly little things like toys or what TV shows they want to watch.”
Lisa Ryan added: “They’re four and six. Royal feud.”
Ms Menza added: “Even if it is very stereotypical, Charlotte is extremely confidence and loves attention.
Kate Middleton’s children, Princess Charlotte and Prince George, reportedly “argue”
Princess Charlotte and Prince George “argue over toys”
“Whereas George is more reserved although he’s started to come out of his shell.
“George is always looking out for his younger brother and sister.
“He’s already showing traits of making an excellent leader.
“Louis is a real mama’s boy.”
Prince George is the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first child
The insight comes after George was left out a royal milestone.
As George is third in line to the throne, his younger siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are fourth and fifth respectively.
However, this wouldn’t have been the case had Charlotte been born a few years earlier.
The four-year-old Princess is the first female royal to not lose her place in the line of succession to a younger male heir.
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When Louis was born on April 23, 2018, they made history as Charlotte was able to keep her place in the line to the throne.
This is due to the Succession to the Crown Act (2013).
The act amended the provisions of the Bill of Rights and the Act of Settlement to end the system of male primogeniture.
Previously, a younger son could displace an elder daughter in the line of succession.
The Act applies to those born after October 28, 2011.