Princess Charlotte loves dancing according to dad Prince William

Princess Charlotte loves to dance - and she's sure to show off her moves at her uncle's royal wedding! Prince William revealed his two-year-old daughter's latest hobby while chatting with Malta's leader Joseph Muscat and his wife Michelle on Monday (Mar. 12).

While at a receptions for Commonwealth Day hosted at Marlborough House, the father of two, who is expecting his third child with wife Kate in April, shared a lighthearted moment with the prime minister and his family. With their twin daughters - 10-year-olds Etoile Ella and Soleil Sophie - in tow, the head of state revealed that his girls attend a stage school, to which William said, "My daughter Charlotte loves dancing."

Princess Charlotte loves to dance. Photo: © Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge

The proud royal parents often share cute anecdotes about their children during engagements, recently revealing that their toddler loves to eat pasta and 4-year-old Prince George has taken up skiing. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also said that with the help of her Palencia-born nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, Charlotte is learning to speak Spanish. Gregarious Charlotte is "very sweet and very confident - always chatting away," a source told People, adding that she has "beautiful manners" and is "so polite, but also fun and energetic."

That energy will come in handy on May 19 when Princess Charlotte and Prince George attend their uncle Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle. The royal cuties are sure to steal the show that day, from the aisle to the dance floor - where Charlotte can take her new skills for a spin. She will likely be a flower girl at the family nuptials, while her brother is believed to be a pageboy.

William and Kate often share cute anecdotes about their kids. Photo: © Getty Images

The little ones missed Monday's Commonwealth Day celebrations, but the services saw the rest of the Royal Family out in full force at Westminster Abbey - including Meghan Markle, for whom it was her first official engagement alongside the Queen. The senior royals followed up the service with a reception hosted by the Commonwealth's secretary-general, Baroness Scotland.

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