Princess Charlotte may be closer to Prince Charles than Prince George for this sweet occasion

Princess Charlotte is Prince William and Kate Middleton's only daughter and it seems that she may have stolen a soft place in her grandfather as her only granddaughter.

Princess Charlotte may have a closer relationship with her grandfather Prince Charles compared to her siblings, because of Prince Charles's desire to have a daughter.

Although Prince Charles adores all his grandchildren and is undoubtedly very excited about his fourth granddaughter, who is on his way from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, he believes that he may have a particularly close relationship with Charlotte.

There are many reasons that the world's press has fallen in love with Catherine and Wilhelm's only daughter. From her handsome waves on almost every wedding she has attended, to her cheeky comments to the paparazzi. Princess Charlotte continues to grow in confidence and she is not afraid to show it when she walks into the public eye.

But according to Andrew Morton's book about Princess Diana's life, Prince Charles would always have a daughter and can explain why he loves Princess Charlotte so much.

In the book titled Diana: Her true story, Diana reminds that after Prince Harry's birth Charles "said" Oh God, it's a boy. "

Charles has since clearly developed a very close relationship with his two sons, but his nice desire for a little girl was evident in 2014 when he was quoted and said how much he hoped that William and Catherine would have a little girl.

Thank you, a year later, Princess Charlotte came!

But we should not teach Prince Charles close cooperation with Prince George as well. Prince George, after all, was Charless's first grandson and has a special significance for the royal family, because he is third in line with the throne.

In a documentary titled Prince, Son and Heir: Charles of 70, flying soon on ITV, the proud grandfather reveals a special gift he has for Prince George for when he grows up.

Prince Charles has planted from trees in his Scottish arboretum and has named them after his eldest grandson, calling it "George's wood".

Talking about the special gift that Charles explained, "I hope it will be fun for George when they grow up and he grows up."

Although we did not hear much about the little Prince Louis, who turns to April, he is sure that his grandfather also has a soft place for him and will no doubt have a very special gift to mark his first birthday!

FROM: GoodToKnow, our sister side. Written by Jessica Ransom.