Princess Charlotte Looks So Big In New Nursery School Photos

Princess Charlotte Looks So Big In New Nursery School Photos

Princess Charlotte Looks So Big In New Nursery School Photos

"We are delighted that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen the Willcocks Nursery School for Princess Charlotte", read a statement from the program late past year.

In the past year, Princess Charlotte has moved house, been a bridesmaid at her aunt Pippa Middleton's wedding and found out she's going to be a big sister.

Two new photos of Princess Charlotte taken by her mother show the young princess before her first day of nursery school Monday at the Willocks Nursery School in London.

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.

Today marked the Princess's first day at the school - and the Palace marked the occasion by sharing photos of her dressed and ready to learn.

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Kate, who turns 36 on Tuesday, and William will welcome a third child to their family in April.

Charlotte's first day at nursery comes just four months after her older brother George started school. The youngest royal, and fourth in line to the British throne, has officially started school.

The school, which charges £14,550 ($19,740) per year, was classed as "outstanding" at the last official inspection in 2012. Though Charlotte looks a little more excited, the resemblance is evident.

"We look forward to welcoming Charlotte to our nursery".

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