Prince Charlotte to begin attending London nursery school from January


BEAMING at the camera, the royals look like nearly any other family for their Christmas card.

Kate is now pregnant with the couple's third child, which is expected in April.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have announced that their daughter, Princess Charlotte, will begin attending a London nursery from January.

They will spend their first Christmas as an official couple with the Royal Family.

As well as announcing news of Charlotte's new school, William and Kate released a new portrait photograph of their family which adorns their Christmas cards this year.

Kensington Palace confirmed the news that a new royal baby is on the way on September 4, 2017.

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It's worth noting that the family wore matching shades of blue for the picture, and, if Middleton is anything like Kylie Jenner, this may be a color-coordinated hint that she's expecting a boy.

A spokesperson for The Willcocks Nursery School also said: 'We are delighted that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen the Willcocks Nursery School for Princess Charlotte. "We look forward to welcoming Charlotte to our nursery in January", the school said in a statement. Choosing a traditional school is something of a contrast to the nursery that Prince George attended in Norfolk, which followed the alternative Montessori method of teaching.

The school is a ten-minute drive from the Cambridges' family home in Kensington Palace, or a 15-minute walk.

"The image features on Their Royal Highnesses' Christmas card this year". The photograph shows The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their two children at Kensington Palace. George now attends Thomas's Battersea in London.

According to the Daily Mail, Charlotte's new school costs £15,000 a year, and asks parents to come with their children for a short "stay and play".