Princess Charlotte's charm is irresistible so a pub opted to name their business after the royal child.

A new pub has opened in Colchester, Essex in December. It's a two-hour drive from London, but many find it interesting as it is named after Princess Charlotte. The bar is called The Princess Charlotte Chicken & Grill Pubs, People reported.

Due to its name, a number of locals were attracted to visit it. In fact, they have over 2,000 guests every week considering that it just opened last month.

"The response from local guests has been fabulous and the pub team have worked hard ensuring that everyone is well looked after," Heydon Mizon, managing director of McMullen brewery said. "We have been serving around 2,500 meals each week and they have needed our biggest dray lorries [delivery trucks] to deliver the beer."

According to Mizon, although it is named after Princess Charlotte, it does not have a royal theme, it's a "real pub." But it has a few "references to the royal family themselves."

"The pub is a real pub, with roaring fires, locally crafted cask ales, world beers and great wines specializing in freshly roasted rotisserie chicken and pub classics," Mizon explained.

People noted that this is not the first pub from McMullen brewery to be named after a royal. It has been a British tradition since the 14th century to name pubs after the members of the royal family. This move is considered as an act of respect and loyalty to the crown.

In 2014, they opened The Prince George in Milton Keynes to honor Prince William and Kate Middleton's eldest child, Prince George.

In 2011, the company also opened The Duchess of Cambridge in Windsor to celebrate Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal wedding.

 Prince George and Princess Charlotte have been very influential despite their age. In fact, the two royals have an impact on public's spending habits. Just like their mom, Middleton, whatever they wear, it becomes in-demand and the most searched item online.

At the time, Princess Charlotte will be attending nursery at Willcocks Nursery School in Kensington. Prince William and Middleton were invited to join her on her first day of school to help her adjust to her new environment.