Princess Charlotte has started a new craze!
Lots of little girls grow up wanting to be princesses, but what does a princess grow up wanting to be?
Well, now we know, thanks to Princess Charlotte herself.
When Charlotte, four, started school, eagle-eyed fans spotted the pink sequin unicorn keyring hanging off her new school backpack.
Then, just days later her dad, Prince William, confirmed that Charlotte, or Lottie, as she’s known within the family has a new obsession with the magical little creatures – just like lots of other four-year-old girls.
The famous key-ring on Charlotte's bag!
The Duke of Cambridge, 37, revealed during a trip to Devon in the UK that his daughter was unicorn-crazy.
“My daughter loves unicorns,” he said. “Loves them. Very cool.”
When Charlotte (and her pink sparkly key ring) joined her brother, Prince George, six, at Thomas’s Battersea, a private school in London, no-one could predict that she would already be a trendsetter.
Looking cool and confident she walked up to the front doors and walked in without a backward glance, brandishing her
And if you want your child to follow in Charlotte's sparkly footsteps, we’ve found a very similar key-ring on Amazon Australia where you can buy 25 of them in different colours for $30 making them $1.20 per keyring!
But while Charlotte is clearly a big fan of sparkles and unicorns, she’s also been described as a tomboy, according to royal author Katie Nicholls who says that the little middle child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was known as 'Warrior Princess' when she was at her pre-school, Willcocks Nursery.
“Apparently she earned that nickname because obviously she is a Princess but she’s quite a tomboy," revealed Katie.
Charlotte would regularly join her brother in climbing trees, running around and having a “feisty personality," she added.