Prince George isn’t the only royal starting school this year. Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine of Denmark marked the proud moment by posing for photographers in Copenhagen ahead of their first day at school on Tuesday.
Dressed in their summery uniforms and armed with sturdy backpacks, the six-year-old twins were joined by their parents Princess Mary and her husband Prince Frederik for the photocall outside their home at Amalienborg Palace.
While the children appeared to be excited, there were a few signs of first day nerves…
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The Danish royal family has confirmed that the twins will start in Grade 0 at Tranegård School located in the suburbs of the Danish capital. While it’s likely to be a little daunting for the new starters, there will be two familiar faces to provide some comfort during the first weeks. Their older siblings, Prince Christian and Princess Isabella, attend the same school, although the twins will have to get used to spending some time apart.
According to Royal Central, Princess Mary told the media that her children would be in separate classrooms, with Prince Frederik adding, “They are each other’s best friends and can see each other in the quarters. But we thought they should have some new comrades.”
Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine’s first day comes just weeks before Prince George begins his education. In March, Kensington Palace announced the four-year-old will attend Thomas’s, a mixed-sex day school in Battersea, from September.
From: Harper’s BAZAAR UK