Prince George of Cambridge, greeted by the director Helen Haslem, has made its first back-to-school to school Thomas's Battersea, on September 7, 2017 in London, escorted by her father prince William.
Prince George is met by Helen Haslem, head of Thomas's Battersea's lower school.
The pint-sized royal, 4, who was accompanied by his father, Prince William wore the illustrious school's standard uniform: a navy v-neck sweater with the school logo over a light blue shirt, navy shorts and black loafers.
In honor of his first day, Kensington Palace shared photos of Prince William and Prince Harry's first-day-of-school looks, too. Check out how royals marked their first day of school through the generations. Yes, Prince George has started his schooling as he was walked into the prep school holding his father's hand.
The royal also joked that he was pleased another parent had problems with their child, rather than him and Prince George.
'It's very important to both of them that George enjoys as normal a childhood as possible, particularly as he settles into a new school, and for them this includes dropping him off at the school gates'.
"I hope he will have the confidence to be himself with all his quirks and his idiosyncrasies and characteristics".
Mr Thomas said the prince will begin by attending school for half-days and build up to longer hours. The little prince shook hands with his teacher during the introduction.
"Then they will be here eventually for full days and then we will start to introduce them to the breadth of the curriculum".
"TRH would like to thank everyone for all of the kind messages they have received as Prince George starts school", a tweet from their official account said.
The 68-year-old conceded that "at that age you don't worry quite so much about going to school as you do when you get a bit older" and the "business of meeting new people". His class will have a wide range of activities including ballet, art, drama, music and French.