Why Prince George’s first day back to school will be extra special this year

Prince George only has a few weeks left of his summer break to enjoy, but there might be a reason his first day back this year will be extra special.

It’s been a very exciting summer for the tiny royal, who reportedly celebrated his fifth birthday in the Caribbean in what was the Cambridges first holiday as a family of five, and has been enjoying the rest of his break in his first ever home, Anmer Hall.

But now it’s almost time for the five-year-old to go back to school, as the first term at his school, Thomas’s Battersea, starts in less than a month – on Thursday, 6th September.

It was only last year that the little royal started ‘big school’, and while his first day at a new place with new people must have been very exciting, there was someone very important missing by his side.

Prince George’s first day was only a few weeks after his mum and dad announced they were expecting their third child, and Kate was suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, an acute form of morning sickness that she also experienced during her first two pregnancies.

The condition forced her to pull out from two public engagements that week, and she ultimately did not feel well enough to accompany her firstborn on his first day in school.

Kensington Palace tweeted at the time: ‘Prince George will this morning attend his first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea, accompanied by his father The Duke of Cambridge.’

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