No first day nerves for Prince Louis as the Cambridges start their new school

No first day nerves for Prince Louis as the Cambridges start their new school

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today dropped off their three children at their new school after recently moving their family to Windsor.

In released photographs the family were all smiles as they arrived for a settling-in afternoon at Lambrook School near Ascot in Berkshire. The afternoon is an annual event held to welcome new starters and their families the day before the start of the new school term.

It was a particularly big day for Prince Louis, 4, as he starts school for the first time. He offered a broad grin as he walked alongside his parents and siblings as they arrived.

Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, were accompanied by their parents Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge as the all started the same new school after moving over the summer to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor’s Home Park. The children and their parents were greeted by Headmaster Jonathan Perry.

In a video clip, Mr Perry greets each of the children, shaking them each by the hand in turn, welcoming them to Lambrook. ‘Are you excited?’ he asked, with all three children replying in unison, Yes’.

As they walked up the steps into the school; William quips “We bought the gang”.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte previously attended private primary school Thomas’s Battersea, southwest London, located near the Cambridges’ former residence in Kensington Palace.



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