Princess Charlotte was nicknamed “Warrior Princess” at nursery due to her “tomboy” nature and “feisty” personality, a royal expert has revealed.
Princess Charlotte, who is the daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton and also the fourth in line to the British throne, attended Willcocks Nursery, near her home in Kensington Palace, for 18 months, before joining her brother Prince George at St Thomas’ in Battersea last Thursday.
Katie Nicholl has claimed that while the young royal was in nursery, she got the nickname “Warrior Princess” due to her “feisty” personality.
Katie told Entertainment Tonight: “The other nickname that she had when she was at Willcocks Nursery, which was up until just before the summer, was Warrior Princess.
“I’m wondering if that might be a nickname that will stick with her. Apparently, she earned that nickname because, obviously, she is a Princess, but she’s quite a tomboy.
“She loves climbing trees and she’s very much an adventurer, she was quite known for her feisty personality.”
Charlotte has repeatedly shown off her daring side. She’s been pictured numerous times sticking her tongue out at photographers. Also, at Prince Louis’ christening, she told reporters, “you’re not coming
Princess Charlotte is known as “Lottie” to her family and friends. In her new school, she’s known as Charlotte Cambridge. But Katie Nicholl said the title of “Warrior Princess” could stay with her in her new school.