As the future king of England, there’s no doubt that Prince George is going to be clocking in more air miles than most others, as he will more than likely crisscross the globe to meet with state and government leaders and people from all walks of life, and especially from the Commonwealth nations. In addition to learning how to do the kind of math, science, and English homework that even Prince William said he can’t do these days, per Page Six, Prince George was learning how to speak both French and Spanish while still at Thomas’s Battersea School in London. This was before William and Kate Middleton decided to move their family to Windsor and had the kids transferred to Lambrook School, according to CNN. There’s a very good chance that George is continuing his French studies at Lambrook, although the school does also offer classes in Latin, Greek, and Italian, as detailed by their curriculum.
That said, Princess Charlotte has also shown some talent for picking up foreign languages early on, as she’s been speaking Spanish since the age of 2, thanks to her nanny Maria Turrion Borrallo, according to People. And, while both George and Charlotte (and perhaps even little Prince Louis) can watch their favorite cartoons in several different languages, they aren’t the only royals who are bilingual. In fact, there is one royal from the British monarchy who stands out for speaking six different languages.