Princess Charlotte Marks First BIG Day at Nursery School!

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Talk about a BIG day! If you have kids then you know what I mean when I say, this was a very big day for not only Princess Charlotte, but her parents as well, as the little princess headed off to nursery school for the first time.

Today was Princess Charlotte’s first big day at nursery school and yes, she looked adorable!

The Dutchess of Cambridge marked the special day with the release of two photos of two-year-old Princess Charlotte.

Princess Charlotte is fourth in line to the throne. She was photographed at Kensington Palace before travelling to nearby Willcocks Nursery School.

In the first photo, Charlotte is sitting down on some steps outside the palace.

Princess Charlotte's first day at nursery school has been marked by the release of two pictures taken by her proud mother, the Duchess of Cambridge

In the second photo, Charlotte is standing and holding on to a rail.

Charlotte posed for the sweet photos taken by her mom, Kate on the steps outside her Kensington Palace home. The little royal princess wore an adorable $150 burgundy Razorbil wool coat by Amaia paired with $16 ribbed tights in stone, red shoes and a matching red bow. Totally adorable!

Confident Charlotte beamed for the camera as she posed for pictures on her first day at nursery 

Oh yes! Today was no doubt a very important milestone for the pregnant Duchess.

Little Charlotte, will be a full-time pupil at the nursery, attending school from Monday to Friday in the mornings.

Some even thought Charlotte looked so much more grown up in the new photos released today. To me she just looks like a beautiful flower that is budding –  appearing a little taller, with longer hair and a more confident smile.

At Charlotte’s new nursery school, the little Princess will enjoy pottery and poetry classes at the very outstanding school which is located next to the Royal Albert Hall.

One recommendation of the nursery school is that the little students bring a toy or photo from home, and take a picture of their teacher back to their house.

The school states: ‘As your child builds a rapport with the teachers, we will ask you to stay in the vicinity for the first few sessions so that you can return if needed.’

When it was announced that Charlotte would be attending Willcocks, a spokesman said:

‘We are delighted that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen the Willcocks Nursery School for Princess Charlotte. We look forward to welcoming Charlotte to our nursery in January.’

Of course they were! Who wouldn’t be?! This is a one fine young little lady….and a princess at that!

The school holds morning school for 32 youngsters, from 3 to 5 year of age. Most are in class 5 days a week for 3 hours a day.

On its website, Willcocks says pupils experience ‘a fun and structured morning with lots of free play where children embark on the first stages of learning to read, write and to understand simple numbers with the minimum of pressure’.

If Charlotte were enrolled in the afternoon, that session would be less structured than the morning session, but would provide a wide range of activities including art and music.

If you remember back in 2016, little Prince Charming, George went off to school, but the Dutchess was home due to morning sickness so she missed the prince’s ‘big day’. Prince George on his first day at the Westacre Montessori nursery school near Sandringham in Norfolk in January 2016

At that time, Charlotte’s older brother Prince George attended the Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk, as it was close to Anmer Hall where the family was then based.

Many believe the little Princess, Charlotte, resembles her great-grandmother, The Queen. She has adorable blue eyes, lovely light brown hair, and a love for the color pink.

Whether she does or not, time will tell. But one thing is for certain, this young lady is just beginning her royal education that will lay the foundation for her future. A future that is sure to have a fairytale ending for a real princess.

Charlotte, pictured in July during the family's tour of Poland and Germany in an image used for the family Christmas card 

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