Kensington Palace has released two new photos of Princess Charlotte on her first day of school at Willcocks Nursery. A pair of £27.00 Mary Jane shoes from Spanish designer Dona Carmen, and a red hair tie - also by Amaia Kids - completed her look.
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.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share two photographs of Princess Charlotte at Kensington Palace this morning.
George was taken for his first day at school by the Duke of Cambridge.
It is aimed at younger children, aged two to three years old, and is run three days a week. And to prove just how big she's getting, Kate Middleton, 35, snapped two adorable photos of the tiny royal before she headed off to her very first day of nursery school on January 8.
They're quite similar to the ones taken of Prince George by his mother when he started Westacre Montessori School back in 2016. Pupils are split into four learning groups named after birds: Swifts, Swallows, Cygnets and Swans.
The school, which charges £14,550 ($19,740) per year, was classed as "outstanding" at the last official inspection in 2012.
The school's ethos is ethos is "for high standards, excellence and good manners".
Charlotte will be full-time at Willcocks, at a cost of more than $AUD5000 per week.
But it won't be all clay-pot making for Charlotte: she'll have to tidy away dress ups and put out milk for her classmates.
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