George, Charlotte, and Louis are all ready to go back to school, thanks to Kate and Prince William.
Following the summer break, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William are ready to send their three children back to school.
Prince George, who is eight years old, is entering Year Four, while Princess Charlotte, who is six years old, will begin Year Two in September.
Both go to Thomas’s Battersea, a prominent school in southwest London.
Meanwhile, Prince Louis, their three-year-old brother, will remain at Willcocks Nursery School, where he began in April.
The Cambridge family took advantage of the six-week summer vacation by visiting the Isles of Scilly and the Queen’s Balmoral Estate.
Kate and William, like many other parents around the country, will have to go shopping for their children’s school uniforms.
Prince George’s shirts from last year are reported to have outgrown him at his junior school, where he wears a sophisticated blue uniform.
“George has grown quite a bit over the summer,” a royal insider stated.
“As he’s grown a size, a new order will most likely go into Perry’s, the Knightsbridge school outfitters, for some larger items.”
George and Charlotte are well-liked by their classmates and are known to socialize with them after school.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have shown a desire to embrace all elements of parenthood throughout the years, including participating in charity events and even sports days.
“As parents, [Kate and William] are also extremely excellent at rolling up their sleeves and helping out with school events; sports days, fundraisers, and things like that,” a royal insider added.
“They strive to act like normal parents, dealing with normal parenting issues.
“Kate and William are also tremendously helpful to the staff.”
Although Prince George is the third in line to the throne, he is known at school as George Cambridge.
His sister, Charlotte Cambridge, follows in his footsteps and is listed on the record as well.
Their father, William Wales, was also a follower of the tradition, referring to Prince Charles’ title as Prince of Wales.