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One for all you Royal Watchers – Prince George ‘s First Day at School

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Image credits: Kensington Palace

Already! Yes, we heard you. Can you believe that time flies so fast, it seems like only yesterday we were welcoming the third in line to the United Kingdom throne, George Alexander Louis Windsor – Prince of Cambridge to give him his full title. Now if you remember your early years at school, you can’t help but feel sorry for Prince George every time he has to write his name! However, he’s clearly very happy setting off on this new adventure.

Just like any other parents’ child, he is going to a local nursery school, though there the similarity stops as he will be attending Westacre Montessori School nursery in Norfolk, which is on the royal Sandringham estate, the country retreat of the Queen, and close to near Prince William and Duchess Kate’s country home, Anmer Hall.

Anmer Hall, Norfolk.
Anmer Hall, Norfolk. * Image credits: dailymail.co.uk

The press in the UK have now learned that the Royal Family are not celebrities and therefore should not be treated as such by the paparazzi. As a consequence, only two images of Prince George have been released and unlike his father’s first day at school, there was no horde of photographers clambering to get the best photos of him as you can see from the image provided by Hellomag.com below.

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Image credits: hellomagazine.com

At two-and-a-half-years old, George is certainly very photogenic and he looks so cute wrapped up warm against the cold British winter, blissfully unaware of the importance of such an occasion. What fun it will be for the other children at his new school as well. Imagine coming home and telling your mum you’ve got a new friend, and he’s a real prince!

Image credits: Kensington Palace
Image credits: Kensington Palace

So what do you think? Should the press be forced to stay away from taking photographs of the Royal children or do you feel that like celebrities, they are seen as people ‘in the public domain’ and therefore have to accept all the publicity that surrounds their every move? Pass this article on to your friends and find out what they think too.

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