• Princess Charlotte is "sharp and bright as a button" and has been doing well in school, a report says
  • Kate Middleton's daughter reportedly also "loves" acrobats and is "very into" acting
  • The princess and her older brother Prince George are "aware of their privileges," according to the report

Kate Middleton and Prince William's only daughter, Princess Charlotte, may have something in common with her aunt Meghan Markle.

An unnamed source told Us Weekly that the 6-year-old princess is "sharp and bright as a button" and has been doing well in school.

"She is top of her class at reading. She actually enjoys doing homework," the insider said.

In addition to being smart, Princess Charlotte has also developed an interest in acting, emulating her aunt, the Duchess of Sussex, who was an actress and starred in the hit legal drama "Suits" before she met and married Prince Harry in 2018.

Princess Charlotte "loves acrobats and is very into the arts and acting," the source said, adding, "Whenever she gets a chance, she'll put on a performance!"

The princess and her 8-year-old brother, Prince George are "aware of their privileges," according to the insider.

Since Prince William and Duchess Kate have "taught them to be graceful … they don't boast about their positions or have superiority complexes" and instead "treat their peers with kindness and as equals," the source added.

The royal couple has also made sure to keep Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Prince Louis, 3, "well away from social media" in order to keep them grounded, according to the insider.

"Kate and William will not allow them to have accounts, even secrets ones. They 100% disagree with young children having social media accounts," the tipster added.

It was earlier reported that Prince William and Middleton have banned iPads at home and are strict when it comes to their kids' screen time.

In 2018, Prince William spoke about gadgets and the dangers lurking behind the screen during a speech for Anti-Bullying Week with the BBC.

"I saw that my friends and peers were worried about the risks of the very powerful tools we were putting in our children's hands. For too many families, phones and social media shattered the sanctity and protection of the home," Prince William said.

"As we grappled with this, we felt a distinct absence of guidance. Should we read our children's messages? Should we allow them to have phones and tablets in their rooms? Who do we report bullying to? We were making up the rules as we went along," he continued.

Meanwhile, in a special Christmas episode of Apple Fitness+'s "Time to Walk" series late last year, Prince William revealed that Princess Charlotte and her siblings love music and dancing.

The Duke of Cambridge shared that his only daughter and eldest son would have a "massive fight" over what song to play in the morning and thus he makes sure they take turns picking out their music.

"One of the songs that the children are loving at the moment is Shakira, 'Waka Waka,'" Prince William shared. "There's a lot of hip movements going along. There's a lot of dressing up. Charlotte, particularly, is running around the kitchen in her dresses and ballet stuff and everything. She goes completely crazy with Louis following her around trying to do the same thing."

"It's a really happy moment where the children just enjoy dancing, messing around and singing," he added.

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LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 29: Princess Charlotte of Cambridge attends the memorial service for the Duke Of Edinburgh at Westminster Abbey on March 29, 2022 in London, England. Patrick van Katwijk/Getty Images