Kate Middleton,Princess Charlotte, Prince William, and Prince George
Kate Middleton, Princess Charlotte, Prince William and Prince George are pictured arriving at Warsaw airport to start a 3 day tour on July 17, 2017 in Warsaw, Poland. Arthur Edwards/Pool/Getty Images

Kate Middleton and Prince William’s daughter sure knows how to make a first impression. Two-year-old Princess Charlotte, who started attending Willcocks Nursery School this week, is already receiving praise for her bubbly personality and impressive skills.

Insiders have reported that the toddler has been enjoying her brief time away from Kensington Palace where she can play with children her own age.

“She’s very sweet and very confident — she’s always chatting away,” a source told People, regarding Princess Charlotte’s nursery school debut.

The young royal is reportedly, “so polite, but also fun and energetic.”

Since her arrival, sources revealed that Princess Charlotte showcased some of the Spanish skills she picked up from her nanny, Spain native, Maria Turrion Borrallo, and has also been a perfect student in class.

“She has beautiful manners,” the insider stated.

Middleton and Prince William played an integral role in choosing which school their daughter would attend. “They chose that nursery because they thought it would be an ideal first step for Charlotte’s education, and they were impressed by the team who work there,” a royal source told the publication.

According to body language experts, both Middleton and Prince William are dedicated to making sure their offspring, Princess Charlotte and Prince George, are well taken care of.

Body language expert Patti Wood previously told Good Housekeeping that the couple’s efforts to cater to their children’s temper tantrums and converse with them by kneeling down so they are face-to-face with their little ones shows their dedication to the family.

“This behavior shows that their children are their primary focus, regardless of how many cameras are in their face,” Wood explained.

“They look their kids in the eye, which shows that they want a true connection, even a little authority when necessary,” body language expert Traci Brown added.

When it comes to tending to Princess Charlotte, the royal couple focuses on providing loving touches and eye contact to let the toddler know that she has nothing to worry about.

“Overall, their attentive body language indicates that they’re in tune to their children’s emotional needs,” body language expert Blanca Cobb stated.

There is no doubt that Middleton and Prince William, who are expecting baby number three in April, will excel at properly tending to the newest addition to the royal family as well.

It will only be a matter of time before their third child is being praised for their excellent behavior, just like their older sister.