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This is why Princess Charlotte is 'banned' from having a best friend at her new school

Hull Daily Mail Monday, 9 September 2019
This is why Princess Charlotte is 'banned' from having a best friend at her new schoolPrincess Charlotte will “not be encouraged to have best friends” at her new school, according to a panellist on ITV's Loose Women.
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Princess Charlotte loves unicorns The four-year-old royal was spotted with a sparkly charm in the shape of the horned horses when she started school last week and her father, Prince William, has admitted she's a big fan of the mythical creatures. Speaking on a visit to Harcombe House, William said:...

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