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See the photos: Britain’s Prince George starts nursery school

The prince will be attending Westacre Montessori School nursery in Norfolk, which is near the family’s home, with non-royals, the BBC reported. Unlike his father’s city upbringing, George’s education begins in the country inn King’s Lynn, near Anmer Hall, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Norfolk home.

The nursery, located in a former chapel, reportedly costs about $8 an hour to attend.

Prince George has been photographed by his mother the Duchess of Cambridge during his first day at nursery.

The new shots come about two weeks after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released their family’s holiday card taken in the gardens of Kensington Palace.

George wore a navy blue quilted barn coat, lined in plaid, and carried a light blue back pack (likely stuffed with toys, snacks and photos of mum and dad). Staff have a secure knowledge of how children learn and develop.

His first morning went “very well”, a royal source said.

Kensington Palace shared two of the photos via Twitter. It is just a very sweet and friendly nursery.

Kate and William want their children to have as normal an upbringing as possible. Kate attended Bradford Southend in Berkshire.

Then the media were invited to watch as the young prince, dressed in red, was accompanied by parents Charles and Diana, who got a curtsey from the headteacher who then bowed down to talk to Wills.

This story originally appeared in The Sun.

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