The adorable toddler, three, loves to greet visitors at Kensington Palace and make them feel welcome at her family’s home, according to a royal source.
An insider told US Weekly said: “She’ll come up to guests and ask them if they want tea or coffee or offer them sweets — so adorable!”
The source continued saying Charlotte is “very bubbly”, something royal fans had already noticed during the princess public outings.
Kate and Prince William’s only daughter became the little star of her uncle Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding.
Taking her role of bridesmaid very seriously, she was overheard helping organisers out at the ceremony taking place at Windsor Castle on May 19.
One of the guests of the royal event told People: “Princess Charlotte was really sweet.
“There was one girl who wanted to go and she said, ‘No – you can’t go yet – we have to wait until we are asked.’
“She was really organised!”
The royal insider also described Princess Charlotte as the one with “definitely the biggest character of the three children at the moment”.
Indeed, the adorable princess has outshone her older brother Prince George on more than one occasion over the last year.
While his five-year-old brother tends to shy away from the public eye, even attempting to hiding himself behind his parents, little Charlotte displays incredible confidence and a natural charm, just like her mother.
Charlotte looked very comfortable in front of cameras and the press on many occasions, including Meghan and Harry’s Royal Wedding and her brother Louis’s christening.
But she became’s the country’s favourite when she profusely welcomed photographers and reporters outside the Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital in London on April 23, just hours after Louis’s birth.
Visibly excited to visit her brother for the first time, the young princess started waving to the public the moment she stepped out of the car.
Once on the doorstep of the hospital, she turned back and gifted those on the premises with a final wave before heading to meet the newest little Cambridge.
The strength of Charlotte’s character has been recently confirmed by the Queen herself.
During a brief meeting at the Queen’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk, the monarch asked 10-year-old girl Emily Clay if she “looked after” her little 6-year-old sister Hadleigh.
When her mother Ellen said it was “the other way around”, the loving great-grandmother couldn’t help herself but revealing it happened the same at Kensington Palace.
The Queen said: “It’s like that with Charlotte and George”.
The exchange took place earlier this year, when Emily won a bible signed by the Queen for a school religious education project.