Prince George might be a more typical big brother than we realised, as it's been reported he's 'not interested' in playing with Princess Charlotte all the time.
The little royals are often spotted having fun together, but turns out little George might be just like any other big brother out there.
Just this week, it’s been revealed George and Charlotte were spotted riding their bikesat a park in London, and they also looked like they had a lot of fun playing together while on a fun day out in the polo with mum Kate recently.
But now, days after he turned five-years-old, it’s been revealed that George likes to be independent, and while they have a close bond as brother and sister, he prefers to have play time on his own sometime.
A source told People magazine that he’s “very independent now and not as interested in playing with Charlotte all the time”.
“They are close, but George likes to go off and do his own thing.”
The publication also revealed a bit more about Wills and Kate firstborn’s personality. While he can be shy, especially when compared to his sister who stealing the show with cute waves and funny remarks at photographers, he’s apparently “chatty” one he gets to know someone.
The source said, ” George takes a little while to warm up, but once he’s comfortable with you, he’s very chatty and charming.”
Prince George is currently taking a break after his first year at “big” school, which he started last September and where he’s apparently known as George Cambridge. The source added that he’s “very happy” at his new school.
The little royal also became a big brother to little Louis earlier this year, and we can’t help but wonder of their relationship will be like his and Charlotte’s.
The little princess, on the other hand, is said to be a doting big sister, which we also saw from the adorable christening pictures, where she was seen holding her baby brother’s hand.
A source told Us Weekly back in May, “Charlotte is just like [George]. They have a great bond, and a similar connection is growing between Charlotte and Louis.”
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