Princess Charlotte Spotted with Cute Unicorn Keyring on Her Backpack for First Day of School
Princess Charlotte just attended school with her older brother, Prince George, and added life to her backpack with a shiny and magical accessory.
Time flew past the eyes of Prince William and Kate Middleton as their only daughter attended her first day of school, joining her older brother, Prince George. The four-year-old was spotted with a shiny accessory dangling from her bag as she headed to class.
A TOUCH OF CHARLOTTE
Her navy backpack that matched her brother's had a sparkling sequined pink unicorn keychain hanging on it, which bounced as her mom held on to it, as seen in the video posted by the Kensington Palace.
Previously, the little royal showed her fondness of unicorns after carrying a unicorn pure to the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day earlier this summer. The bag sold at £9 on Amazon and probably sold out soon after.
Both the duke and duchess escorted their children to Thomas's Battersea, a private school nearby that George has been attending for two years. As the family walked closer to the school, shy Charlotte, gripping her mom's hand, let go to shake hands with Helen Haslem, head of the lower school.
A NEW VENTURE
Charlotte previously attended Willcocks Nursery School in Kensington before joining her brother in a new school. Thomas's Battersea released in a statement their excitement over the royal's joining their institution.
"We are delighted that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided that Princess Charlotte will join her elder brother, Prince George, at Thomas's Battersea. We greatly look forward to welcoming her and all of our new pupils to the school in September," the statement read.
As her new venture begins, the little school girl will join a class of 21 students in one of the three Reception classes in her year. Although at first, she may look shy, Charlotte is "very excited" for a school year ahead.
The school which they are enrolled in amounts to about $7,198 per term and $21,594 per year for the young prince, and $7,059 a term and $21,177 a year for the little princess, according to Daily Mail.
William and Middleton chose the school, believing that it was a "right fit" for their children. Thomas's Battersea promotes "excellent academic results" and an environment with a "happy, dynamic, and vibrant" atmosphere.