The little princess is usually followed by her older brother, George, a future king in all her antics.
Being in lockdown with three young children can be hard for any parent but if you are also working full-time and homeschooling during this time, life can get quite chaotic. Even if you have the most well-mannered children and a bunch of staff to help you around as the Cambridges do. Prince William and Kate Middleton's three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis are aged seven, five, and two. Mama Middleton has a full house with her three adorable mischief-makers.
Middleton had previously revealed that sometimes she is left wondering about how they have so much energy. "The children have got such stamina I don't know how. Honestly, you get to the end of the day and you write down the list of all the things that you've done in that day. So you pitch a tent, take the tent down again, cook, bake. You get to the end of the day—they have had a lovely time—but it is amazing how much you can cram into one day; that's for sure," quotes Express UK.
They kept the homeschooling on even through the Easter holidays! "But don’t tell the children, we’ve actually kept it going through the holidays. I feel very mean!" she said laughing, according to HuffPost.
However, her children have been compensating for all the time studying. Author Claudia Joseph was quoted as saying that Charlotte is the most "energetic" of the three and is "willing" to try anything.
"Charlotte is the braver of the two older kids and always willing to try anything while George is more reticent," said royal biographer Ingrid Seward, according to Express UK.
"They don’t have much free time as both Kate and William are working hard online, but when they do, they go for bike rides across the private parts of the Sandringham estate. When they are able to, which they now can, they take the kids to the local beach and play in the rock pools—this suits all three children," she added.
She also revealed which sibling is likely to be a baker in the future. Middleton, a fan of Great British Bake-Off, spends her free time in the kitchen, and she teaches her little ones how to bake as well. "Kate, who loves cooking herself, is very keen on teaching her children to cook, and they spend a lot of time baking cakes in the kitchen at Anmer Hall,” she said, adding that the family loves making pizzas together, and the youngest Cambridge sibling, Prince Louis, loves to look at Mary Berry’s cookbook.
The Anmer Hall home is more spacious and open than their home in London, and the kids have been taking advantage of that. "They play hide-and-seek, pick bluebells and frolic with their cocker spaniel Lupo or pet hamster Marvin, on the grounds,” said Claudia Joseph, iterating that Charlotte always spearheads the mischievous antics.
George "always wants to be doing what Charlotte is doing,” said Seward.
There are many photos that reveal how much of a rebel the 5-year-old princess is in public. At home, she might find herself more at ease being herself. From sticking out her tongue to the public to not letting go of the flowers that a little boy gave her to telling a photographer that he's not invited to her brother's christening, the cheeky youngster has been a favorite of the public since she was born. The princess was also caught posing a rather royal pose at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's 2018 wedding.
The 5-year-old is similar to Princess Diana, her grandmother, who she never got to meet. Not only do they look alike but they also share an interest in the same hobbies. They have a mischievous side to them that is hard to miss. The late Princess of Wales was unafraid of being caught in public being herself. Whether she was running a race at her son's school or taking them for joy rides in an amusement park, she wanted the world to see her real and unabashed self instead of hiding behind politeness and traditions.