There are two images for two different moods: one of her standing up, holding on to a railing-expectant, delighted, hopeful about all that her life of schooling has to offer; and then, in the other, she sits, in the same good spirits, though with more of a bemused, chill energy.
The £14,500-a-year school is owned and run by headmistress Lavinia Taylor.
"The school was founded in 1964 by Miss Diana Willcocks and has been at its current location in the church hall of Holy Trinity Church, Prince Consort Road, London since 1984".
Of course it doesn't come cheap to send your youngsters to the posh nursey.
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It said: "The organisation of the time that children attend is exceptional".
Kensington Palace announced that Charlotte would be attending the nursery in late 2017 with the tweet: 'Their Royal Highnesses have also announced this morning that Princess Charlotte will attend the Willcocks Nursery School in London from January 2018'. "This enables children to gain first-hand experiences that effectively consolidate their learning".
The school offers pottery and poetry classes, and part of the induction includes a short "stay and play" session where pupils are asked to bring a toy or photo in to show from home.
It feels like it was only yesterday that we were welcoming little Charlotte into the world.
Kensington Palace tweeted two photographs of the young princess Monday afternoon.