Princess Charlotte’s secret hidden talent revealed by mum Princess Kate

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Given her attendance at Wimbledon, the Commonwealth Games, and football games, Princess Charlotte is well known to be a sports enthusiast. The young royal, who turns nine on May 2, has a surprising musical talent, so that’s not her only passion!

When Charlotte’s mother, the Princess of Wales, visited the Vsi Razom Community Hub in October, she disclosed how Charlotte uses her singing to make her feel better.

In a tender moment, she said to a young girl from Ukraine, “I heard my daughter singing this morning and it’s a song called Shine Jesus Shine and that made me very happy this morning.”

“Do you know that song?” the Princess continued. Is the music the same? That made me very happy this morning when I heard it. I will search for that song in Ukrainian.”

The three-time royal mother was present to showcase the efforts of the hub, which provides assistance to Ukrainians impacted by the current conflict.

Charlotte’s love of gymnastics seems to be a carryover from her late grandmother Princess Diana, so it would seem that her creative side never ends.

In the past, 42-year-old Catherine stated: “Charlotte is really into gymnastics; she does handstands, cartwheels, and everything.” Their fundamental coordination and balance skills will benefit greatly from it.”

Princess Kate has revealed how Charlotte uplifts her mood
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Charlotte was taking dancing lessons, as Prince William’s wife disclosed in 2017 during a visit to Kensington Palace’s Princess Diana garden. When discussing Diana’s love of dancing with Tamara Rojo, the director of the English National Ballet, Catherine remarked of her two-year-old daughter, “She absolutely loves it.”

Eight-year-old Charlotte, along with her siblings Prince George and Prince Louis, attends Lambrook School in Berkshire.

Princess Charlotte looked very grown up at the King’s coronation
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According to the school’s website, “music and drama lessons are also part of the academic timetable for all of our pupils and take place in Lambrook’s Performing Arts Centre (Diamond Jubilee Centre), which is a vibrant and creative space awash with musical, acting, and dancing talent.” The esteemed institution offers performing arts instruction.

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