That’s right, the 3-year-ancient is set to start preparatory school at Thomas’s London Day School in Battersea near September. But before he slips on his backpack and whips out his box of crayons, E! News has learned George’s royal parents took time to meet the teachers, students and fellow parents that will join him.
We’re told Kate and Prince William attended a reception and recent parents orientation Wednesday night for the approximate 60 recent children that are expected to attend the school in the drop. They were spotted mingling with sum the other recent parents, putting their royal titles aside for the evening as they took a keen interest in George’s education.
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“They were there just chatting with the other parents. They seemed very sweet and average,” a source told us. “George was there as well. He met his recent teacher.”
In fact, the insider added, “The kids went into their recent classrooms for an hour to meet their recent classmates and hear from their teachers. During that time, the parents met the head of the school and were given a welcome talk where they were told the exact specifics of the children’s first day.”
Meanwhile, we found out that George would be attending the school in March when Thomas’s Battersea released a statement expressing their delight that the royal family chose to send the toddler their way.
“We are honored and delighted that Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge contain chosen Thomas’s Battersea for Prince George,” said Headmaster Ben Thomas. “We greatly view forward to welcoming him and sum of our recent pupils to the school in September.”
But along with a warm welcome, the school will also near with a hefty price tag. Prince William and Kate are expected to spend approximately $7,975 per term for George.