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The British Monarchy have released two VERY cute pictures to commemorate the first day of school for Prince George.

Prince George is a big boy now, heading off to his first day of school. Like any proud parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have shared a couple of images to mark the occasion.

The pictures shared across their social media pages are captioned with “Prince George arrives for his first day at Westacre Montessori School nursery in Norfolk earlier today.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released these two photographs to mark the occasion. They show Prince George standing in front of the mural on the outside of the nursery building.”

 

 

 

Such a sweet little face. He is so much like his daddy.

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  • How adorable

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  • I’m sure kids start school earlier than I’m Australia. He looks chilled out for his first day!

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  • I can’t believe how grown up he is! Seems like only yesterday I was reading the news of his birth! He’s a very handsome young man indeed.

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  • Gorgeous pics of the little Prince.

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  • Gorgeous boy!!

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  • Hard to believe that it was five years since his birth. He seems to be a happy & loved child. I hope the press leave him alone to get on with being a child.

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  • How quickly years go by. I’m sure George will love school.

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  • school – what? Where did those years go. What a darling looking boy

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  • As cuddle out little fella I think sadly that Diana is missing all this.

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  • Bet it was a great first day hope he enjoyed going to school

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  • Here something about the Montessori system, if any of you wants to learn more about it: http://www.people.com/people/package/article/0,,20395222_20977877,00.html
    :-)

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  • It’s so lovely that his photos are being supplied by his mother – here’s hoping the paparazzi just stay away for a long time so that these two royals can grow up as near to the rest of us as possible.

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  • Reminds me of all four of my children’s first days!

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  • Exciting times for parents and kid :) !!

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  • Apparently they have a much higher standard in teaching little ones specialised skills, do regular assessments and encourage their natural talents. It is very popular in SA for those who can afford it.
    Hopefully now that approved photos have been taken them media will respect their privacy otherwise they may have to send discreet security people with him. It has been done with the families of earlier generations.

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