Princess Charlotte: Kate Middleton makes surprising revelation about little Charlotte

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PRINCESS CHARLOTTE is fast becoming everyone’s favourite royal with her cheeky attitude in public. Now, her mother has revealed more about the unique little princess.

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Princess Charlotte, four, is the only daughter of Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge. She has two brothers – Prince George, six, and Prince Louis, one. She is fourth in line to the throne.

Last week, the Duchess of Cambridge revealed that her little girl has more than just a fiery personality.

Speaking to the 2017 winner of MasterChef, Dr Mahmood Ahmed, the mother-of-three admitted it’s “hard” to cook curry for everyone in the family, because they all enjoy a different level of spice.

She said she likes it “quite hot”, and said Princess Charlotte is also “pretty good” with heat.

It seems the boys in the family can’t handle their spice quite as well as the girls.

Princess Charlotte Charlotte is fast becoming everyones’s favourite royal with her cheeky attitude Image Getty
Princess Charlotte Charlotte is fast becoming everyones’s favourite royal with her cheeky attitude Image Getty

Princess Charlotte: Charlotte is fast becoming everyones’s favourite royal with her cheeky attitude (Image Getty)

Princess Charlotte Cheeky Charlotte sticks her tongue out to the cameras Image PA
Princess Charlotte Cheeky Charlotte sticks her tongue out to the cameras Image PA

Princess Charlotte: Cheeky Charlotte sticks her tongue out to the cameras (Image PA)

She said William can only tolerate “medium”, and he agreed.

He said: “Me and heat are not so good. I love spice but not heat.”

The couple were speaking ahead of their upcoming royal tour of Pakistan this month.

The Duke said he was really looking forward to sampling local cuisines.

Princess Charlotte The Duke and Duchess will carry out their Pakistan tour from October to Image Getty
Princess Charlotte The Duke and Duchess will carry out their Pakistan tour from October to Image Getty

Princess Charlotte: The Duke and Duchess will carry out their Pakistan tour from October 14 to 18 (Image Getty)

Princess Charlotte The kids first day of school Image Getty
Princess Charlotte The kids first day of school Image Getty

Princess Charlotte: The kids’ first day of school (Image Getty)

He joked he might need a “bigger suit” with room for “expansion” for the trip.

The Cambridges will carry out their tour from October 14 to 18.

Their children won’t join them, and will stay in London to attend school and be cared for by their nanny and the family.

Not much is known about the upcoming royal tour, largely due to security measures.

In fact, security is so tight that the couple’s itinerary will only be revealed on the day itself.

In a statement, Christian Jones, the couple’s communications secretary, said the visit would focus on climate change, access to quality education and security in Pakistan.

He said: “This will be their Royal Highnesses’ first official visit to Pakistan.

“Whilst the Duke and Duchess’s programme will pay respect to the historical relationship between Britain and Pakistan, it will largely focus on showcasing Pakistan as it is today – a dynamic, aspirational and forward-looking nation.

Princess Charlotte The Cambridge family with the Duchess of Cornwall Image Getty
Princess Charlotte The Cambridge family with the Duchess of Cornwall Image Getty

Princess Charlotte: The Cambridge family with the Duchess of Cornwall (Image Getty)

“This is the most complex tour undertaken by the Duke and Duchess to date, given the logistical and security considerations.”

The statement said the couple would meet a variety of people, including leaders from government, business and the charity sector, inspiring conservationists and well-known cultural figures and sports stars.

William and Kate will also visit programmes that empower young people, especially those that give girls and women access to education, and said they looked forward to spending time with young Pakistanis.

They will also see how different communities are responding to climate change, and are due to spend time looking at the “complex security picture” of the region.

Source: EXPRESS CO UK