Learning how to write your is challenging enough without having to get used to people calling you by a royal title.
So, spare a thought for Princess Charlotte who not only has to respond to the title 'Her Royal Highness', but will have to get used to a whole list of other royal names as she grows up as a member of the Royal Family.
Currently, the three-year-old goes by the title HRH but is also entitled to be the Princess Royal when her father Prince William becomes King.
The honour is traditional bestowed to the eldest daughter of the monarch and is currently held by Charlotte's great aunt, Princess Anne.
Marlene Koenig, royal historian and founder of Royal Musings, explained to that there are two prerequisites for Charlotte to receive the title.
'William will need to be king and Princess Anne dead for Charlotte to be named Princess Royal.
'So yes, it is possible in the future.'
However, that's not to say Princess Charlotte will automatically gain the title and that's all down to in 2013.
The previous ruling stated that brothers would always come before sisters in the line of succession.
However, the amendment now means that Princess Charlotte will become the first female royal to retain her position in line to the throne regardless of her youngest sibling's sex.
Due to the gender equal succession, Koenig believes the royal may be granted a peerage (a hereditary title) like her mother, Kate Middleton.
'Prince Louis will get one when he marries, so it would only be fair if Charlotte was named a Duchess on her wedding day,' explains the royal expert. 'She and her children will be ahead of Louis' line in the succession.'
Princess Anne, who was previously married to Mark Phillips, received the title of Princess Royal in June 1987, when she was 36 years old. However, Queen Victoria decided to give her eldest daughter Victoria the title when she was just two-months-old.
So, it all comes down to Prince William when he becomes King to choose if and when Princess Charlotte will receive the title.