Little Prince George's classmate is the daughter of another surprisingly famous Royal

Apr 26, 2018
06:02 A.M.
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The young Prince is not the only member of the Royal family in his class.


All Cute All the Time reported that Prince George has a distant cousin, whose parents are also equally famous.

The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge have been in the news recently after they gave birth to their third child on April 23, 2018.

The family has been in a joyous mood ever since. There were also reports of their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, visiting their mother and the new member in the hospital.

Another interesting story has come to light and this involves four-year-old Prince George. 

The little Prince began school in September 2017. He is attending Thomas’s in Battersea, London. Surprisingly, he is not the only Royal in the class. 


Giving him company at school in another student, Maud Windsor, a distant relative of the heir to the British throne.

Maud is the daughter of Lord Frederick Windsor, son of Prince Michael of Kent, who happens to be Queen Elizabeth’s cousin. 


That’s not all! The little one’s mother is also known to the TV fans around the world. Lady Frederick Windsor is popularly known by her professional name, Sophie Winkleman.

The two tied the knot on September 12, 2009, at Hampton Court, after getting engaged on February 14 in the same year.


Most famous for her role as Big Suze in the Peep Show, she was also seen in The Walking Dead and Two and a Half Men.

Maud and George started school together. She was born a month after her cousin on August 15, 2013.


However, both the children from the Royal family are treated the same way as any other student in the class.

A school representative said, “Our aim for George, as well as for all of our pupils, is to provide a safe and secure and happy environment where he feels supported by a kind and loving community.”

Despite the usual jitters on the first day of school, Prince George was perhaps comforted greatly at the sight of his cousin in the classroom.