Kate Middleton reveals Princess Charlotte's favorite snack—and it will surprise you!

Princess Charlotte's food is fit for a princess

Princess Charlotte of Cambridge and Prince George of Cambridge attend the wedding of Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel on October 12, 2018 in Windsor, England
Princess Charlotte's favourite food has been revealed
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Princess Charlotte has a fondness for olives, according to her mother Kate Middleton. 


One of Princess Charlotte's favorite snacks has been revealed and it's not sweets or chocolate, but olives!

We often wonder what foods the royal children are tucking into, and now Kate Middleton has revealed Princess Charlotte's go-to favorite snack is olives.

The Duchess of Cambridge made the sweet admission during a royal engagement this week, in which she visited Lavender Primary School in Enfield to mark mental health awareness week. 

Royal correspondent Rebecca English was at the event and tweeted, "The Duchess of Cambridge revealed today that her daughter, Princess Charlotte, loves olives and that she encourages both her and Prince George to cook with her. 

"They made cheesy pasta the other day!"

Princess Charlotte is not the only royal with an eclectic palette, as the Duchess previously revealed her youngest son, Prince Louis, loves beetroot. And the mom-of-three even assigns the kids their own shopping money.

During filming for Mary Berry's Christmas special in 2019, Kate confessed, "We've got carrots, beans, beetroot—a massive favourite—Louis absolutely loves beetroots."

Princess Charlotte celebrated her sixth birthday at the beginning of the month and marked the special occasion by having family over.

Revealing details of Princess Charlotte's birthday bash, Prince William said, "She had a lovely day, thank you.

"Last year it was her birthday in lockdown but this year we were able to have one other family over. They grow up very fast. It was great fun."

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