New pictures of Princess Charlotte released on her first day at nursery

Emmett Rice
January 9, 2018

George had the support of his dad Prince William on his first day, but with her mum behind the camera Charlotte's nerves were undoubtedly somewhat abated.

But where is the pint-size royal going, and how much does it cost to send your kids there? And after photos taken by the Duchess of Cambridge were released by Kensington Palace to mark the special occasion, all eyes were on the little girl's adorable outfit - especially her pink pony print rucksack.

The Willcocks Nursery School has classes for children ages 2 to 5 and includes activities such as poetry, acting, sports, cooking and music.

Charlotte, younger sister to George, will turn three in May.

On its website the school, rated as "outstanding" by government inspectors, describes itself as traditional, saying it "strives to maintain its ethos for high standards, excellence and good manners".

Tuition at the school is more than $4,000 per year, Time reported. "As a result, no time is wasted and children enjoy a productive learning experience".

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Just last month, the family announced that Charlotte would be starting school in the New Year. Now that Kate's pregnant, however, the family has moved back to Kensington Palace.

The school was founded in 1964 and has been at its current location near the Royal Albert Hall since 1984.

The Kensington Palace Twitter account posted the images this morning showing a beaming Charlotte on the steps at Kensington Palace.

It was the same nursery chosen for Prince Harry in 1987.

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

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