The three young children of Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate had a first taste of their new school on Wednesday, as they nervously met their new headteacher accompanied by their parents.
Princes George and Louis, aged 9 and 4, and Princess Charlotte, 7, will all attend the private Lambrook School after the family moved their base from London's Kensington Palace to a new home on Queen Elizabeth's Windsor Castle estate.
Footage released by William's office showed the young royals, wearing their new uniforms, heading to Lambrook for a "settling in the afternoon" for new pupils ahead of the official first day on Thursday.
George and Louis held their mother's hands while Charlotte clutched her father's as they walked to the front door.
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