Princess Charlotte, the daughter of Britain's Prince William and wife Kate, began her first day at nursery school near the couple's London home, Kensington Palace, on Monday.
Princess Charlotte is going to be a middle child soon as the royal family is expecting a new addition to their family this spring, but she doesn't seem to be lacking for any attention from her family or the public.
Today marked the Princess's first day at the school - and the Palace marked the occasion by sharing photos of her dressed and ready to learn.
Prince William and Kate Middleton had announced that Charlotte, 2, would be starting preschool after the new year in their Christmas card in December.
The images were taken by her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, before Charlotte went Monday to the nearby Willcocks Nursery School in London.
Kate Middleton Photographs Princess Charlotte For Her First Day At Nursery School
Prince George arriving for his first day at school in September past year.
Founded in 1964, the "traditional" nursery was rated as "outstanding" by United Kingdom government education body Ofsted when it was last inspected in 2012. The youngest royal, and fourth in line to the British throne, has officially started school. It encourages "high standards, excellence and good manners" and has an all-female teaching staff.
"We look forward to welcoming Charlotte to our nursery".
Charlotte won't wear a uniform and will need to bring a lunch box from home at Willcocks, where her schedule will be jam-packed.