Princess Charlotte and Kate Middleton
Princess Charlotte and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. attend the presentation following the King's Cup Regatta on August 08, 2019, in Cowes, England. Samir Hussein/WireImage

Radio 1 DJ Greg James recently revealed that he was "told off" by no less than Prince William and Kate Middleton themselves after he had mocked Princess Charlotte on-air during his morning show.

The royal couple were tuned into James' Breakfast Show after dropping Charlotte off at her first day of school. Known as Charlotte Cambridge to school staff and friends, the little royal was greeted by the head of the lower school at Thomas' school in Battersea South London with a handshake.

After the first few photos of the encounter were made public, James' commented on the gesture during his show, saying, "Who the hell shakes hands with their teacher on the first day?" - something he'd embarassingly regret later on.

A few weeks after the broadcast, James was invited to Kensington Palace along with Radio 1's Teen Heroes - teens between ages 12 to 17 who "make a difference in the community", "are brilliant fundraisers", and who have "overcome difficult times."

When it was James' turn to meet the royal couple, they confronted the DJ saying, "We were listening on the morning of little Charlotte's first day, and we want to talk to you about the handshaking thing..."

He went on to reveal that the couple had heard him say that Princess Charlotte's school was "so posh they had to shake hands with their teacher every day." Fortunately, all was well and the DJ said that during his time in school, when it came to dealing with teachers, "You were pleased if you got a smile."

According to royal insiders, Princess Charlotte is quite the personality as she apparently is "very confident" and loves attention. This is in contrast with her rather reserved older brother, Prince George, who doesn't even know that he's in line to be king! The two young royals get along really well though, with their arguments being very rare and usually over minor issues.

Both children attend Thomas's Battersea in London which educates around 560 students, ages four to 13. Considered an elite London prep school, the school has a "theatre, a gymnasium, a ballet room, pottery room, along with two libraries, an Astroturf and a rooftop playground."

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