See how much Princess Charlotte has grown in new nursery school photos

See how much Princess Charlotte has grown in new nursery school photos

See how much Princess Charlotte has grown in new nursery school photos

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have celebrated Princess Charlotte's first day at nursery by sharing photographs of the adorable two-year-old on her first day at the school. Both photos were taken by Kate Middleton, at their home in Kensington Palace before they left for Willcocks Nursery School, where she will attend. Instead, the pictures she takes are so good because "she excels at photography in the only way most of us all ever can: by looking at what she loves". She also had on a pink backpack in the photos, with a matching pink scarf.

With all the Prince Harry-Meghan Markle hubbub lately, it's been possible to forget (not completely, but to a certain extent!) about our pals Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

Princess Charlotte's first-day-of-school photo is here! Taking after your great-grandmother isn't all that bad, especially when she's the Queen.

Willcocks is owned and run by headmistress Lavinia Taylor, with an all-women staff, and emphasises on learning through fun.

Tuition is about $18,000 for the morning and afternoon session, according to the school's website.

"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to share two photographs of Princess Charlotte at Kensington Palace this morning", Kensington Palace said in a statement.

But it appears that you get your money's worth, based on the glowing Ofsted report.

He previously attended Montessori nursery school in Norfolk, which is close to Anmer Hall.

He is now a pupil at Thomas's Battersea and started there in September 2017.

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