Princess Charlotte is following in grandmother Princess Diana's footsteps with her love for dancing

Marah Alindogan

It looks like Princess Charlotte is following in grandmother Princess Diana's footsteps!

While walking through the garden at Kensington Palace on Wednesday, Duchess Kate revealed that the 2-year-old tyke "loves to dance" and is already taking lessons. Kate, Prince William, and Prince Harry spoke with English National Ballet artistic director Tamara Rojo about Princess Diana's love of dancing while touring the garden, according to the Mirror.

Kate and William even got an invitation to the English National Ballet's My First Ballet program, one that the Duke of Cambridge happily accepted: "We will definitely have to come."

We can't wait for photos of little Charlotte in a pink tutu!

The adorable conversation occurred as the Kate, William and Harry were walking through the newly named White Garden at Kensington Palace, which features over 12,000 blooms of Princess Di's favorite flowers. The trio were with a group of representatives from different charities that Diana was greatly involved in.

A team of six gardeners and a number of volunteers spent 18 weeks planting white roses, white Diana tulips, white hyacinth, forget-me-nots and other favorites of Diana's in the garden back in April. Back in July, flowers with a different bloom -- including classic English white roses and Cosmos daisies -- were planted.

For the event on the eve of Diana's 20th death anniversary, Duchess Kate dazzled in a poppy-print Prada dress while Harry and William both looked dapper in a tuxedo.

Prince William recently opened up about his late mother would've been as a grandmother in a touching interview. More on that in the video above.