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Prince George's Little Cousin Is Also a Student at Thomas's Battersea
He can say hi to another royal in the hallway.
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Prince George wore a concerned expression during drop-off for his first day of classes this morning, but the young royal shouldn't be too worried about his new school. If he ever feels anxious—his cousin Maud will likely be close by.


Lord Frederick Windsor taking Maud to her first day of school.

That's right, George is not the only young royal enrolled at Thomas's Battersea this year; Maud Windsor, the granddaughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent (who just so happens to be 47th in line to the throne), also started at the school today.

Much like William accompanied George, Maud's father, Lord Frederick Windsor, dropped off his young daughter on her big day.


Lord Frederick Windsor departs St Thomas’s Battersea after dropping off his daughter Maud for her first day at school.

It's unclear whether she and George will be in the same class this year (can't you just imagine them eating lunch together?), but they were born just a few weeks apart.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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