Princess Charlotte Apparently Thinks She's the Boss of Prince George

Queen reveals Princess Charlotte is the boss with Prince George

The 91-year-old monarch made the amusing comment while speaking to Emily Clay, a 10-year-old student who won a bible signed by the queen for a school religious educational project. The queen was presenting a Bible she signed to a 10-year-old student who won a contest for the best religious studies project at her school when the amusing exchange took place.

According to the Eastern Daily Press, when the royal asked Emily if she "looked after" her younger sister Hadleigh, the duos' mom Ellen quipped, "It's the other way around".

Princess Charlotte is totally ruling over the Cambridge household if new claims by none other that the Queen are to be believed.

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Check out what else the royal family has to say about this brother and sister in the video below, and please SHARE if you think Princess Charlotte and Prince George are both adorable!

That's according to their great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, who noted the power balance between the young royal siblings during a meeting on Sunday at her Sandringham estate in Norfolk, England.

"[The Duchess] said that Charlotte is growing up really fast. She is the one in charge", Samantha Burge told reporters after speaking with Middleton. Time will tell but here's to Princess Charlotte being an absolute girl boss!

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