PRINCESS CHARLOTTE has warmed the hearts of royal fans by posing a question for Sir David Attenborough in a new video, with viewers gushing over her “cute voice” and resemblance to the Queen.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released a heart-warming video of their three children ahead of Sir David’s latest documentary A Life On Our Planet. Five-year-old Charlotte showed she is far from shy by boldly posing a question to the broadcasting veteran.
The young royal, wearing her school uniform, said: “Hello David Attenborough. I like spiders, do you like spiders too?”
Sir David answered: “I love spiders! I’m so glad you like them.
“I think they’re wonderful things.”
Princess Charlotte asked Sir David if he liked spiders (Image: TWITTER)
Prince Louis looked adorable in the clip (Image: TWITTER)
He questioned why so many people – but clearly not little Charlotte – are “so frightened” of creepy crawlies.
Royal fans were quick to comment on what was one of the first times the princess was heard speaking in public.
One person tweeted: “Well we heard George and Charlotte say a couple of little words over the years but not like this.”
Prince George posed a question to Sir David about animals going extinct (Image: TWITTER)
A second person said: “Princess Charlotte and her cute little voice is melting my heart right now.”
And yet a third wrote: “Princess Charlotte is mini Queen.”
Antoher keen royal watcher said they thought Charlotte looked “so cute” in the video.
Charlotte was seen wearing her school uniform as she questioned Sir David Attenborough (Image: GETTY)
Charlotte was pictured wearing a navy pinafore over a white short-sleeved shirt.
The attire is part of Thomas’s Battersea’s winter uniform for girls in Reception to Year 4.
The clip posted by the Cambridges on Twitter was well-received by royal fans, who commented on the royal children’s “adorable” looks.
Seven-year-old Prince George said: “Hello, David Attenborough! Which animal do you think will become extinct next?”
Sir David replied: “Well let’s hope there won’t be any, because there are lots of things we can do when animals are in danger of extinction. We can protect them.”
The young royals are not alone in posing questions to the natural historian.
Sir David’s film will be released in cinemas on Sunday (Image: GETTY)
Celebrities including Dame Judi Dench and David Beckham have also quizzed Sir David about the environment.
Their questions were put to him via video to coincide with the launch of his film which will be released on Netflix.
It will also be screened in cinemas from Sunday, October 4.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK