- Princess Charlotte of Cambridge looked adorable as she attended her first day of school on Thursday.
- Charlotte was accompanied by her older brother, Prince George, who is entering his third year at Thomas’s Battersea, a $23,000-a-year private school in London .
- They were dropped off by their parents, Kate Middleton and Prince William, who posed for pictures with the princess.
- It was an especially important day for Middleton, who had to miss George’s first day in 2017 as she was suffering from extreme morning sickness.
- Thomas’s Battersea is said to have a versatile curriculum for its students, teaching subjects such as morning yoga and ballet class.
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Britain’s Princess Charlotte looked absolutely adorable as she arrived for her first day of school on Thursday.
Charlotte and her older brother, Prince George, were dropped off at Thomas’s Battersea private school in London by their parents, Kate Middleton and Prince William.
Wearing the official school uniform, which included a button-down shirt, a navy sweater, and a matching skirt, Charlotte posed for photos with her parents and brother before heading off to her first class.
She even gave her signature wave to the cameras.
In a video posted to Twitter by Kensington Palace, Charlotte is shown meeting the school’s headteacher, Helen Haslam.
Princess Charlotte arrives for her first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea, joining her older brother Prince George. ✏️???????? pic.twitter.com/8l63WEjzcw
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) September 5, 2019
“She’s very excited,” Prince William can be heard saying to Haslam.
It was an especially important day for Middleton, who had to miss George’s first day in 2017 as she was suffering from extreme morning sickness.
George is entering his third year at the elite London private school, which is said to cost $23,000 per year. The school is known for its unique curriculum, as it is said to teach morning yoga and ballet classes.
The school has become somewhat controversial since it was revealed that it discourages pupils from “having best friends,” as it wants every child to be treated equally.
The most important rule is to “be kind,” according to the school’s official website.
“Whilst we are proud of our record of senior school entrance and scholarship successes, we place a greater emphasis on a set of core values, which include kindness, courtesy, confidence, humility and learning to be givers, not takers,” a statement on the school’s website says.