Princess Charlotte’s ‘feisty personality’ leads to empowering nickname

Mar 04, 2023
Princess Charlotte's "feisty personality" led to her nickname. Source: Getty

Princess Charlotte’s “feisty personality” has earned her an empowering nickname that royal commentators believe she will live up to in the future.

The 7-year-old daughter of the Prince and Princess of Wales, Willam and Catherine, has grown into a “tomboy”, has a love for sports and is often found outside having fun.

Speaking with Entertainment Tonight, US royal commentator Katie Nicholl said: “(Charlotte) loves climbing trees and she’s very much an adventurer.”

Charlotte’s adventurous spirit has reportedly seen her nicknamed the “Warrior Princess”, and Nicholls is confident the name will “stick with her”.

“Apparently she earned that nickname because obviously, she is a princess, but she’s quite a tomboy,” she said.

“She was quite known for her feisty personality. I’m wondering if that might be a nickname that will stick with her.”

The Princess’ personality was evident last year when she made her debut at the 2022 Commonwealth Games with her parents.

However, it was her candid expressions and enthusiasm as she watched the games that won over the hearts of sports fans and royal watchers alike.

Charlotte arrived at the venue looking as adorable as ever wearing a black and white striped dress with a white peter pan collar, matching strappy white sandals, with her golden brown hair in neatly plaited pigtails.

Though Charlotte has claimed her favourite sport is gymnastics, it was clear to see the Princess was totally fascinated and engrossed by the men’s 1500-metre freestyle race in front of her.

And while the men’s freestyle race was indeed a thrilling one, many Twitter users were equally entertained by the Princess’s excitement over the games.

“Princess Charlotte is giving her brother Louis a run for his money with these expressions today,” one Twitter user wrote, likely referring to Charlotte’s 4-year-old brother’s antics during the Platinum Jubilee.

The Olympic-style tournament gave Charlotte the opportunity to experience the royal summer of live sports after her older brother, Prince George, 9, made his Wimbledon debut last month.

William and Catherine are reportedly raising their second-born with the expectation that she will “get a job” in the future.

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