Prince George of Cambridge, greeted by the director Helen Haslem, has made its first back-to-school to school Thomas's Battersea, on September 7, 2017 in London, escorted by her father prince William.
Speaking to the Under-20s' head coach, Paul Simpson, the Duke said George had had a "good day".
"It went well", he said at a reception.
His move to London coincides with his parents' decision to move their main residence to Kensington Palace, as Prince William takes on more royal duties.
As expected, he wore a school uniform: navy blue shorts, a navy blue sweater with red stitching, and a light-blue collared shirt underneath.
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Prince George is following in the footsteps of his father and uncle, Prince Harry, who both attended preparatory school at a young age.
A victim of the symptoms of the beginning of his third pregnancy, the duchess has left William to accompany only their son to his first day of school.
Then, with William holding one hand and Ms Haslem the other, he walked inside. Regarding George and his classmates' first day, Ben revealed, "The emphasis will be on a very, very gentle start". And fortunately for Kate, there will be plenty more school runs to do - and, of course, plenty more first days of school.
As with her previous two pregnancies, Kate is suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, which is "very acute morning sickness, which may require supplementary hydration, medication and nutrients", according to the statement. Art, ballet, drama, IT, French, music and PE are all on the curriculum taught by specialist teachers from day one.
She was also forced to pull out of public engagements on Monday and Tuesday.