We have an idea of what Princess Charlotte might want to be when she grows up! Even though she’s still only two years old, she’s already starting to develop her own talents and hobbies. Besides being a real-life princess and an actual cute pie, the adorable little girl also loves dancing. Her dad Prince William gushed over his baby girls’ new favorite hobby during the Commonwealth Day reception that he attended earlier this week.

The Royal Family made a joint public appearance at Westminster Abbey to celebrate Commonwealth Day, and the Duke of Cambridge spent some time chatting with Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat where they bonding over fatherhood. Joseph’s wife Michelle Muscat told Prince William that their twin daughters attend a stage school, and William revealed that Charlotte has her own passion for the arts.

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“My daughter Charlotte loves dancing,” William said, according to Hello Magazine. Hopefully the little princess will get to show off her skills at her uncle Prince Harry‘s upcoming wedding to former Suits actress Meghan Markle.

At just two years old (she will turn 3 in May), Princess Charlotte is already becoming an adorable, well-rounded individual. She’s currently enrolled at the Willcocks Nursery School in London, which is a nursery school that provides a learning experience for toddlers through play. After school, she gets Spanish lessons from her nanny, Maria Turrion Borrallo, who is from Spain.

She is also ‘very sweet and very [confident] — she’s always chatting away,” an insider revealed to People. “[Charlotte] is so polite, but also fun and energetic. She has beautiful manners.”

But even though she’s still only a toddler, little Charlotte will be a big sister soon! Her mom, Kate Middleton, is currently pregnant which means Charlotte will no longer be the baby of the Royal family. Kate is due to give birth sometime in April — right before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding.