Princess Charlotte starts nursery school

Peter Castro
January 9, 2018

Princess Charlotte is officially off to school.

On Monday, the Royal Family shared new photos of the two-year-old ahead of her first day of class at Willcocks Nursery School. Adding a red bow, Charlotte also sported a pale pink knit scarf and a pink backpack featuring a horse print design from Cath Kidston. The darling two-year-old worked the camera, sporting a red coat, Mary Janes, pink scarf, and the flawless dose of sass in the portraits, which were photographed by her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge.

Charlotte, who turns three in May, is a full-time pupil at Willcocks Nursery School.

The £14,500-a-year school is owned and run by headmistress Lavinia Taylor.

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Society magazine Tatler described the $25,139-a-year school as a "hidden gem" that "flies under the radar" and is attended by British children and "chic foreigners" alike.

Unlike previous senior royals, Prince William attended nursery school as a child and son George made the step up from nursery to primary school in September when he began at Thomas's Battersea, a private school in southwest London.

Willcocks Nursery School is located just a stone's throw away from the family's home in Kensington Palace.

Founded in 1964, the "traditional" nursery was rated as "outstanding" by United Kingdom government education body Ofsted when it was last inspected in 2012. Topic themes include outings in the local community and visitors to the nursery. "As a result, no time is wasted and children enjoy a productive learning experience".

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