Prince William has previously described his son Prince George as a ‘little monkey’ but it appears George’s new sister is better behaved, after William today told a tutor at Cambridge University that Princess Charlotte is ‘lady-like’.
According to a report in the Mirror on today’s visit by the Prince to Cambridge University, where he studied an intensive 10-week course in agriculture, Professor Christopher Dobson, the Master of St John’s College, told reporters: “We talked a little bit about the children and he did make a couple of comments about their different temperaments.
“He said George is very lively and Charlotte is very lady-like.”
"He said they were both delightful of course.”
William, who studied a bespoke 10-week course in agricultural management at the college last year, was opening the college’s new Archive Centre, housed in a 13th-century building known as the School of Pythagoras, built to provide a modern home for all the college’s ancient documents and to bring them all together in one building.
Prince William was given a book for Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
This evening, William is due at the 21st birthday celebrations for the charity, Child Bereavement UK, of which he is patron.