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Prince George's first day at school 'went well', Duke of Cambridge reveals

Prince George's first day at school 'went well', Duke of Cambridge reveals

On September 7 a nervous-looking Prince George, accompanied by Prince William, arrived for his first day at the £6,000-a-term Thomas's Battersea co-ed prep school in London.

The 4-year-old was joined by his father, Prince William of Cambridge, who appeared to be assigned royal backpack-holding duties. Duchess Kate of Cambridge, 35, has been struggling with acute morning sickness, forcing her to cancel engagements this week.

Prince George is a royal so of course, everyone is interested in his first day at school and we can not lie he looks absolutely adorable.

Back to school! Prince George may be third in line to the throne, but that doesn't excuse him from homework.

"TRH were met by the Head of Lower School, before The Duke took Prince George inside to his reception classroom", the palace explained in another Twitter post. William told her that George had excitedly noticed the other children in their matching school uniforms on the way in.

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Police eventually tracked down the other two suspects after a state trooper spotted their auto outside a home. He added: "It was just a great feeling, [I told her] 'just get in the pickup, we're going to help you now'".

Ben Thomas, principal of Thomas's London Day Schools, said he would not be given "any special treatment at all".

While royal enthusiasts many wonder why Prince George is nearly always outfitted in shorts, style gurus say it's simply tradition. "But the emphasis is on making sure they feel safe, they feel secure and they feel happy".

The prince had previously attended a Montessori preschool near the family's country retreat. Art, ballet, drama, IT, French, music and PE are all on the curriculum taught by specialist teachers from day one.

The school, where fees cost from £17,604 a year, has been described by the Good Schools Guide as: "A big, busy, slightly chaotic school for cosmopolitan parents who want their children to have the best English education money can buy".

Thomas's Battersea was chosen by the Duke and Duchess so they can give George as normal a life as possible.


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