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Royal Princess most influential person

She can’t walk or talk yet but Princess Charlotte is already winning over public support

 

The 8-month-old has landed the top spot on Tatler’s list of ‘people who really matter’.

Charlotte is the younger child and only daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

The unknowing trendsetter has even overtaken her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II to the pole position.

The magazine ranked her mother Kate at number two, Prince William at three, her brother Prince George at four and the Queen at number five.

Her uncle Prince Harry came in at number 17.

Discussing the position, the magazine said: “Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana made a spectacular entrance into the public eye with an appearance on the steps of St Mary’s Hospital just hours after her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, went into labour.

“The gorgeous little bundle of joy has already won us over even though we know very little about her yet, other than the important fact that she is fourth in line to the throne.’

It is reported, Princess Charlotte, who will celebrate her first birthday on May 2nd, is worth an estimated £3 billion pounds to the British economy.

According to Brand Finance, her birth generated economic benefits of more than £100m as the so-called “Charlotte effect” brought big dividends for brands associated with the princess.

Other names to make Tatler’s list of most influential people include actor Eddie Redmayne.

The Oscar winner and his wife Hannah Bagshawe, who married in 2014, announced at Christmas that they are to become parents for the first time.

Baby Redmayne is due in June this year.

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