Princess Charlotte has a talent for dancing.

Kate Middleton and Prince William’s only daughter are just like any other kid her age, she also loves to groove. In a video shared on Instagram, Princess Charlotte showed off her rare and adorable dance moves.

“Our dancing Queen Princess Charlotte is SO beautiful!!! The occasion: at Buckingham Palace in July 10, 2018, during a celebration of the RAF centenary. See the video on YouTube.”

Many were delighted to see the little princess enjoying the event. One netizen commented that she inherited her grandma Princess Diana’s gene in dancing.

A year ago, Prince William confirmed that his daughter with Middleton loves dancing. The Duke of Cambridge revealed the detail in a light-hearted moment during the Commonwealth Day celebration with Malta's leader Joseph Muscat and wife Michelle Muscat.

At the event, Mrs. Muscat told the duke that their twin daughters Etoile Ella and Soleil Sophie were attending stage school.

“My daughter Charlotte loves dancing,” Prince William exclaimed.

In December, it was revealed that Princess Charlotte was taking weekly ballet lessons. She was working on perfecting her pirouettes and pliés at a dance school in South London. An insider revealed that she had been taking private ballet lessons weekly for several months already.

Prince George also shares the same passion for dancing. The third in line to the throne’s Year 1 curriculum at Thomas’s Battersea included ballet.

“George is doing dancing as well. He loves it,” Prince William said about his eldest son.

Meanwhile, many noticed that Prince William doesn’t hold Princess Charlotte in public the way he does to Prince George. Netizens made different speculations about this.

According to one user, the media just favors the father and son because they are both next in line to the succession, so Prince William and Prince George have more photos together. Another netizen said that Prince William looked after Prince George and carried him more than Princess Charlotte because he is older and heavier.

A different user claimed that this is based on the royal tradition where men hold their sons and women take charge of their daughters.