Britain's Prince George attends nursery school

Prince George of Cambridge arrives for his first day at Westacre Montessori School nursery in Norfolk today. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge have released two photographs to mark the occasion. They show Prince George standing in front of the mural on the outside of the nursery building. 06 January 2016, King's Lynn, England.
Prince William,and Kate Middleton have released two photographs to mark the occasion. They show Prince George standing in front of the mural on the outside of the nursery building
Prince William,and Kate Middleton have released two photographs to mark the occasion. They show Prince George standing in front of the mural on the outside of the nursery building
Prince William with his mother, Princess Diana, on his first day of school in 1985.
Prince William with his mother, Princess Diana, on his first day of school in 1985.
Prince George wore John Lewis Quilted Jacket
John Lewis Quilted Jacket

36 comments:

  1. Adorable little boy

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    1. Agree, ❤❤❤.

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    2. He is sooo cute, sooo gorgeous ,all two year olds are adorable. Good luck to him as he starts his education.

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  2. The pic where George is looking at the camera is badly cropped )the other hand is not showing)!

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    1. Oh no! The hand is missing. What a disaster ... :)

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    2. @ Anonymous 21:55 - He also has no legs or feet!! I can't stand it!!!! Sheesh.

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  3. une nouvelle vie commence pour l'héritier et surtout dans une école formidable Montessori

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    1. He looks like such a cheeky chappy. So cute.

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  4. His hair is curly...so sweet. Interesting that it's a little longer than a conventional boy's cut, but I don't mind that at all on a young child, I think the fine softness of a young child's "baby" hair is very appealing. I hope his first day went well, and that he'll enjoy preschool a lot .

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    1. Love his hair, too!

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  5. I was hoping they'll let the press take pictures of him with his parents in front of the school - sort like William's first day of school with his parents. That would've been cute.

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  6. Bless him, so cute.

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  7. Go and have a good time, little fellow!

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  8. Il est tellement craquant! Adorable petit bambin qui fait ses premiers pas dans la vie.

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  9. hmm he cute its good not taking with parents I know its chaos for kid like taking photos with paparazzo im sure the palace will have let this little youngster too enjoy first day of school the duke and duchess wanted their so have normal life im sure getting lot friends

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  10. Montessori is a wonderful educational start. Good for them in choosing it and great for him!

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  11. Yes, I agree anonymous 00:30. Hopefully the press will leave this little boy to enjoy his preschool. He is adorable and 21:55 just for once see the beauty of life and with your follower stop nasty, cruel comments on children. This is a natural photograph of a little boy. I have many of the same type of photos of my own two boys. To start your first day of preschool must be natural and a professional posed photo with a photographer. I am sure the Duchess took the photograph just like any mother proud of the her son's first day at preschool.

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  12. poor thing, he looked like his parents were in a rush to dump him, where are the parents, this couple are just weird, i can just imagine how prince albert and princess charlene, would have been very proud to show the world their twins going to school!!

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    1. Photos were taken by Kate so parents (at least mother) are here.

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    2. Sure they are very weird when not wanting to make their children media´s pieces but want the children have just normal childhood like ordinary little children. Do you think the other children had media at present? I am very sure William knows exactly himself what the media was for little boy when Princess Diana was playing her game with media with children.

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  13. Such a cute little boy! Does anyone else see a resemblance to both Earl Spencer's?? Diana's late father and her brother Charles?

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    1. entièrement d'accord avec vous il ressemble énormément à son oncle Spencer ! en souhaitant qu'il ait une vie plus calme ...

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    2. I see a resemblance to his maternal grandpa Michael Middleton

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  14. I think that Kate should be a housewife and take care our children at home, not let them go nursery!

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    1. I wonder in what kind of a world you live in... your comment is utter rubbish!

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    2. Have you ever heard of the importance of social contacts, for instance? And that's one of the very many arguments I would be able to give you for giving little George time to play with kids of his age.

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    3. And there certainly is nothing wrong with that, Anonymous 13:59. I did that and my children turned out fine. Let them sleep in and be children.

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    4. What earth do you live on? On this all the royal children in all the royal houses the kids have gone/goes to nursery, before starting school. Estelle in Sweden goes to nursery too. And so do the ordinary children as ours too. The 1800 years norm is long gone!

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    5. Well said Anonymous 08:44! Like always, people keep criticising them for things, all the other royal families do too.

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  15. I wonder what kind if children are attending this nursery school??? About 60 dolars/day in this school is very expensive for common people...so WHO are those children. I suppose Anmer is filled with millionaires and royalty...

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    1. William and Kate opted to send George to local nursery Westacre as it is so convenient to their country home.
      It will cost the couple £5.50 per hour– or £33 per day – to send their son to the school, which is significantly cheaper than similar London establishments.
      Of its 27 children, 23 are in receipt of funding to help pay the fees.  
      The £33-a-day nursery in King's Lynn is housed in a former chapel and 85 per cent of children there receive financial help to cover the fees. It teaches pupils aged two to five and was rated "good" in an Ofsted report last June.
      It is a far cry from some of the elite nursery schools around the royal couple's Kensington Palace home, which sometimes charge up to £15,000 a year.

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  16. eve45
    ---- Cette photos est charmante photos prise par la Duchess Kate en toute simplicité Loin des video "cirques" revus de la rentrée des classe des princes William et Harry avec des marrées de reporters

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  17. I can't believe there are still people in the 21 century who don't want to expose their children to preschool. My son is young man starting university this year and he attended preschool, played, climbed trees and what a well-balanced young man he turn out to be. Prince George will reap the fruits attending preschool which will help him to face and address the 21 century challenges. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are responsible parents that just want to have the best for their son. They will see to it that he have a normal childhood where he can play, be cuddled, be loved and sleep just like any other child. If the press and people like some of the comments on this blog will leave them alone. There is enough time for him to take up his royal duties when he is older. Now he is only a sweet, cute and curious little toddler.

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  18. ik vind het een heerlijk ventje ,maar lijkt wel op z,n vader!!!

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  19. Deliziose guanciotte....mi fa tenerezza!!!Se fossi io sua nonna me lo terrei stretto stretto e lo vizierei oltre ogni dire.....!!Per tutte le nonne i nipotini sono dei piccoli reucci!!!
    Pero'e'giusto che vada alla scuola materna e che stia a contatto con altri bimbi....ne dobbiamo fare un Re!!!
    Saluti!
    Elena

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