George at nursery

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Prince George, pictured right here on his first day of nursery, will begin college in September

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will ship Prince George to a non-public south London major college in September.

Thomas’s Battersea is a preparatory college positioned just a few miles from the household residence in Kensington Palace.

The duke and duchess mentioned they had been “delighted” to have discovered a faculty for his or her son – the third in line to the throne – who turns 4 in July.

The college’s headmaster, Ben Thomas, mentioned he was “honoured” to welcome the prince as a pupil.

He mentioned: “We enormously look ahead to welcoming him and all of our new pupils to the varsity in September.”

Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, mentioned “they’re assured George can have a contented and profitable begin to his schooling”.

Prince George, who’s third in line to the throne after his grandfather Prince Charles and his father, at the moment goes to a nursery in Norfolk, Westacre Montessori College.

Thomas’s Battersea expenses greater than £6,000 a time period, based on the 2017 Tatler Colleges Information.

The royal couple just lately introduced plans to maneuver from their predominant residence in Norfolk, Anmer Corridor, to their condominium in Kensington Palace as Prince William takes on more royal duties.

Princess Charlotte, who turns two in Might, will begin nursery in the summertime.