Prince William Says Princess Charlotte ‘Likes Trouble’ in Brand-New Documentary

Prince William is giving us a glimpse into Princess Charlotte’s personality in a brand-new documentary. According to the Duke of Cambridge, the young princess likes “trouble.”

In the film Prince William: A Planet For Us All, the duke spoke with a little girl and her mother during his trip to Kenya almost two years ago. Per Hello! Magazine, while shaking the child’s hand, the 38-year-old royal asked her: "Do you like trouble? You are like my little Charlotte!”

“She is three years, exactly like my Charlotte!" the prince replied when the mother revealed her daughter’s age. And later in the doc, the father of three also stated that Charlotte and her older brother George are both “very cheeky.”

However, that wasn’t the only thing he revealed in the documentary. Turns out, Kate Middleton and Princess Charlotte share a special talent on the dance floor—flossing.

“Charlotte can floss,” he stated. “She can already floss at four." The duke also hinted that he has tried (and failed) to imitate the popular move. He continued, "Yeah, you don't want to see me floss. Catherine can floss but I can't. It's like a really horrible film to watch me floss." You're definitely not the only one, William. Unfamiliar with the move? Basically, you keep your arms parallel and repeatedly swing them on each side with clenched fists, from the back of your body to the front (or, in a way that resembles flossing teeth).

We imagine now that the princess is five, she is likely even more trouble than before (in a good way, of course).

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