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Queen hints Princess Charlotte loves to boss big brother George around during chat with mum on royal visitIt comes after the Duchess of Cambridge claimed last year that her daughter was ‘the one in charge’13:53, 15 JAN 2018Updated16:10, 15 JAN 2018Cheeky Princess Charlotte is the one in charge in her family (Image: AFP) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe Queen has hinted that Princess Charlotte loves to boss her big brother, George, around, despite being two years younger than him.The 91 year old monarch joked about Charlotte while chatting with a mum and daughter during a royal engagement.And it’s not the first time the family has revealed the two year old princess’ maternal tendencies, after the Duchess of Cambridge revealed last year that Charlotte was “the one in charge”.The Queen had asked one young girl if she “looked after” her little sister.When the mother of the girl replied that it was “the other way around”, the Queen said: “It’s like that with Charlotte and George.”Princess Charlotte can already speak two languages at age TWOHRH Elizabeth II made the comment about her great granddaughter to Ellen Clay, 38, who was at Sandringham House to watch her daughter Ellen, ten, receive a bible.Every year, she presents a bible to the pupil from one of the local primary schools on her Norfolk estate who does best in a religious studies project.This year the prize was awarded to Emily of Dersingham, Norfolk, whose father Tom Clay, 38, also won it in 1990.Dersingham Primary School pupil Emily went to Sandringham House for the presentation after church on Sunday, along with her parents and six year old sister Hadleigh.The Queen could not resist making a quip about two year old Charlotte and George, four, as she spoke to the family.Shy looking Meghan Markle appears overwhelmed as Prince Harry encourages her to wave to adoring crowdsMrs Clay said: “She asked if Emily looked after Hadleigh and I said it was more the other way round. She said it was like that with Princess Charlotte and Prince George.”Insurance worker Mr Clay added: “The Queen was implying that Charlotte keeps an eye out for George rather than the other way around.”It is often the case that a younger child is more confident. It is second child syndrome.”The Queen also asked Emily about her project a folder about the bible story of Daniel and the Lions before asking Hadleigh if she liked school.Mr Clay said he still remembered speaking to the Queen when being presented with his bible in 1990.He said after the presentation: “The bible I got was half the size of Emily’s which was massive.Princess Charlotte beams on first day at nursery in adorable photos snapped by proud mum Kate Middleton.