The first day of school is always a delicate stage, especially for children. The royal children are no exception to this. However, the parents are there to make the transition as easy as possible. Like all good parents, Kate Middleton, 40, and Prince William, 39, accompanied Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince George of Cambridge, 8, together on their first day of school in 2019. that the royal children attend Thomas’s Battersea School in London.
On this date, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge was particularly nervous. Moreover, photos show her clinging to the leg of her mother, Kate Middleton. Which is understandable since it was the day Princess Charlotte of Cambridge moved from Willcocks Nursery in Kensington to Thomas’s Battersea in London. For her part, the Duchess of Cambridge was delighted with this great occasion. After all, Prince William’s wife had no choice but to miss Prince George of Cambridge’s first day in 2017. Indeed, Kate Middleton was suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum as the Duchess of Cambridge was expecting Prince Louis, today. 3 years old today. Of course, this feeling of pride was also well shared by Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge.
Princess Charlotte of Cambridge was encouraged by her mother, Kate Middleton, and her brother, Prince George of Cambridge
For this special occasion, the Cambridges were welcomed by Helen Haslem, the Head of Primary School. Although Princess Charlotte of Cambridge hid shyly behind her mother, the daughter of Kate Middleton and Prince William still shook hands with the headmistress. Only, so that her daughter is more comfortable before she crosses the doors of the school, Kate Middleton whispered a few words of encouragement to her. “George is going to have to show you the way,” can be heard in a video showing the Cambridge family that day.
Remember that Prince George of Cambridge is 2 years older than Charlotte. The grandson of Prince Charles, 73, is a loving and caring big brother who is a real resource for his little sister, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. After all, George from Cambridge is more than capable of briefing his sister, Charlotte, on what there is to know about the school. Moreover, Penny Junor, a royal biographer, said that Prince George was very protective of his sister. “Prince George is a very protective and adorable big brother,” she told Hello magazine. “I’m sure he will take care of his little sister and will be very proud to show her the tricks of the trade”, always according to her.
Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge © © Newspix International / KCS PRESS