While it may seem like just yesterday that the youngest royal was being brought home from the hospital, it's time that she starts to follow in her big brother's footsteps.
The two-year-old princess will begin to attend a London nursery next month, her parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge revealed.
William and Kate, who is pregnant with the couple's third child, will send the toddler to Willcocks Nursery School, located near their home of Kensington Palace. Based in a church hall, the school is located next door to London's Royal Albert Hall, which is very close to the family home.
“They chose that nursery because they thought it would be an ideal first step for Charlotte’s education and they were impressed by the team who work there,” a royal source shared.
Following in Prince George's footsteps, who also started school at 2 1/2, the princess will attend a different school than George did two years ago.
Prince George started at a Montessori school a short drive from the family's home. Unlike George who started his school career on a part-time basis, young Charlotte will be receiving full-time care.
This much-sought after nursery school will have the young girl enjoying pottery and poetry.
But not without the heavy price tag.