Duke and Duchess Of Cambridge Dropping Off Princess Charlotte On Her First Day Of School
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Duke and Duchess Of Cambridge Dropping Off Princess Charlotte On Her First Day Of School

By Online Harbour. Published: 06 September 2019. The Royal Family. Entertainment

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Princess Charlotte on her first day at school accompanied by her parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and her older brother, Prince George.

Princess Charlotte who celebrated her fourth birthday on May 2; is attending Thomas’s Battersea school in London.

This date marked a special moment for the royal couple as the Duchess of Cambridge was unable to accompany her oldest son Prince George to his first day to school due to severe morning sickness with her third pregnancy.

Princess Charlotte was photographed by the press meeting her Head Teacher Helen Haslem of the lower school at Thomas’s Battersea.

“First day, she’s very excited”; Prince William – Duke of Cambridge commented

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Prince Charlotte will be known as Charlotte Cambridge as it is a royal tradition that children attending school use their titles as their last name. Prince George is known as George Cambridge and Prince William and Prince Harry used the title ‘Wales’.

Prince Charlotte is one of 21 students in her class. The school has around 560 pupils between the ages of four and 13.


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