Kate Middleton & Prince William's daughter Charlotte won't stick to 'Princess' title as she begins school?

Kate Middleton & Prince William's daughter Princess Charlotte will soon start her formal education and there will be no “Your Royal Highness” in the classroom for her.
Princess Charlotte,Kate Middleton and Prince William,HollywoodThe young tot will be attending the same school as brother Prince George.
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A new member of the royal family is all set to begin school after Prince George. Yes, you heard it right. Kate Middleton & Prince William's daughter Princess Charlotte will soon start her formal education and there will be no “Your Royal Highness” in the classroom for Princess Charlotte. On Thursday, the adorable 4-year-old will put on her uniform and follow in the footsteps of her elder brother Prince George. As per reports, mum Kate and dad William will accompany Charlotte on her first day and be by her side.

The young tot will be attending the same school as brother George. At the Thomas’s Battersea School, Charlotte won't be getting any royal treatment and will be considered as just another kid like the others. Instead of addressing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's daughter by her royal title, she’ll simply be known as Charlotte. Whereas, her last name is most likely to be addressed as Cambridge just like George.

Her father Prince Williams and uncle Prince Harry were also addressed as William Wales and Harry Wales during their own school days since their father, Prince Charles, is the Prince of Wales. "Princess Charlotte will be attending Thomas’s Battersea starting next Thursday, September 5th. and Kate and William will be by her side for her first day of school. There will be unofficial school portraits from Charlotte and George’s first day," Kensington Palace shared. George, who has been studying in the same school since the past two years will be by his sister's side, showing her around.

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