Kensington Palace shares adorable photos of Princess Charlotte's first day at nursery

Kelvin Reese
January 9, 2018

Her Royal Cuteness! Princess Charlotte has started her first day of nursery and to commemorate the big day, Kensington Palace has released an adorable portrait.

Princess Charlotte smiles as she prepares for her first day of nursery at the Willcocks Nursery School, on january 8, 2018. During a family visit to Berlin in July previous year, she charmed ambassadors and dignitaries on the airport tarmac, smiling happily while shaking hands and accepting a baby bouquet of flowers as her parents looked on proudly. Bundled up in a long red coat and pink scarf, the little one looked ready to take on the world! Plus, she also kept a short curly bob, much like she does today, at the age of 91.

Charlotte's first day at nursery comes just four months after her older brother George started school. Taking after your great-grandmother isn't all that bad, especially when she's the Queen.

It has an all-female staff and is run by Lavinia Taylor, who has been headmistress since September 2009.

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On the Willcocks Nursery website, it states: "The Willcocks Nursery is a traditional nursery school which strives to maintain its ethos for high standards, excellence and good manners".

The afternoon school has fees of £1,800 per term and is less structured than the morning session but provides a similar wide range of activities including art and music.

He previously attended Montessori nursery school in Norfolk, which is close to Anmer Hall. Can you believe how big she's gotten? Now that Kate's pregnant, however, the family has moved back to Kensington Palace. He now attends the posh London academy Thomas's Battersea.

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