She also had a pale, pink scarf around her neck while carrying a pink backpack.
There have been rumblings that Prince George is a bit of a wild one, so we have a feeling Charlotte is more subdued - though it has been said that she is very talkative and social, as well as energetic but polite.
Kate, who accepted a lifetime honorary membership of the Royal Photographic Society previous year, is a keen amateur photographer. The £20,000-a-year school has been described by society magazine Tatler as being comprised of a mixture of "old English families and chic foreigners". "The images were taken by The Duchess shortly before Princess Charlotte left for her first day of nursery at the WilcocksNursery School". The Duchess of Cambridge often reworks her favorite pieces from her wardrobe even if she has worn them previously at public events. It's by Amaia, a United Kingdom based childrenswear label that her big brother Prince George has worn on numerous occasions. There is no doubt that the people at Willcocks are probably impressed with Charlotte as well.
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It was reported last month that the tiny Princess is a 'natural' tennis player, whilst we still can't figure out how the scoring works. Willcocks makes the gesture for all new children to help them make a smooth transition from home to school. "They thought it would be an ideal first step for Charlotte's education", a royal source tells People.
In the second picture, she was sitting down on a step holding her hands together on her lap.
Founded in 1964, Willcocks is rated "outstanding" by Ofsted and even teaches its pupils pottery, acting and basic French.