William and Kate are & # 39; part of the school community & # 39; in Thomas & # 39; s Battersea and Charlotte is & # 39; very excited & # 39; about starting this year, royal source reveals
- William and Kate are & # 39; part of the community & # 39; at the elementary school of son George
- The Royal, five, lives Thomas & Battersea and sister Charlotte starts this year
- A royal source said the princess & # 39; very excited & # 39; is to go to her brother's school
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very & # 39; part of the community & # 39; at the son George's primary school, claims a royal spring.
The five-year-old prince was two years in Thomas & Battersea, in southwest London, and is accompanied by his younger sister Charlotte, four, in September.
Talk to Vanity Fair, a source near the family revealed that William, 36 and Kate, 36, are very involved in school life, despite the fact that they are striking parents.
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Prince George, five, has been in Thomas & Battersea for two years and will be accompanied in September by his younger sister Charlotte, four. William and Kate are said to be happy with how much their son started & # 39; & # 39; since they started in September 2017 (see photo on his first day)
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are said to be & # 39; part of the school community & # 39; while Charlotte is correct & # 39; enthusiastic & # 39; about starting. Left, Kate at the Chelsea Flower Show last week
Students from Thomas & Battersea in South West London, pictured, are offered after-school activities including fencing, philosophy, gardening, and pottery.
& # 39; They are part of the school community, they get along well and they are very happy with how much George has come since he started, & # 39; said the source.
And Charlotte, who has been taking part in Willcocks Nursery in Kensington since January last year, is looking forward to go with her brother to the £ 20,000 a year school.
The source added: & # 39; Charlotte has a real character, she is very excited about starting school. & # 39;
Kensington Palace announced last week that Charlotte will accompany her brother at the exclusive school.
Helen Haslem, head of primary school, greets Prince George and the Duke of Cambridge at Thomas & Battersea in London on his first day of school in September 2017
Simon O & # 39; Malley, director of Thomas & Battersea, said: & # 39; We are delighted that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided that Princess Charlotte will join her older brother, Prince George, at Thomas & # 39; s Battersea. We look forward to welcoming her and all our new students to the school in September. & # 39;
The costs for George are £ 6,429 per term or £ 19,287 per year, while for Charlotte they are £ 6,305 per year from £ 18,915 per year – the lowest figure is due to a small discount for the second child of a family.
The school was chosen by Prince William and Kate for George because & # 39; he was suitable for him & # 39 ;.
Prince George was in Thomas' uniform when he and Charlotte were taken by their father to meet baby brother Louis in the hospital after his birth in April last year
Founded by David and Joanna Thomas 40 years ago, Thomas & # 39; s Battersea described himself as & # 39; happy, dynamic and lively & # 39; and one that is proud of its & # 39; excellent academic results & # 39 ;.
The website says it is a & # 39; busy, thriving, goal-oriented school & # 39; is that a & # 39; rich and broad curriculum & # 39; offers.
Pupils are offered after-school activities including fencing, philosophy, gardening and pottery.
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