George and Charlotte ‘learn to lean on each other’ as playdates are ‘tricky’

Like most brothers and sisters, Prince George and Princess Charlotte are very close and have formed a special bond, an insider has claimed.

The royal kids appear to love playing together and always seem to be having a great time in each others company when they're out and about at events.

And according to a source their relationship is even more important as playdates with other non-royal children can be "tricky".

Their parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge desperately want their kids to have a normal upbringing, and they're both very involved in bringing the kids up.

Kate and Wills are regulars on the school run, and often chat to others mums and dads at pick up times.

But an insider told People magazine it isn't always that simple when it comes to out-of-school meetings.

They said: "They are close in age, and they spend so much time together. Playdates [with outsiders] can be tricky, so they learn to lean on each other."

However there are differences between the two kids, and Charlotte is "more outgoing" than her "reserved" big brother.

The siblings are likely to get even closer next month when Charlotte starts school, joining George at Thomas's Battersea school in London.

The insider said: "She can't wait to be with George at big school. She is so excited about it all."

Charlotte will at the private school, which will cost Kate and Wills £18,915 a year, in the first week of September.

She's has been attending Willcocks Nursery in Kensington since last January.

We've seen George and Charlotte playing together at a number of charity events and summer festivals in the past.

Most recently, we saw the royal kids cheer on their parents as they went head to head in the King's Cup.

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