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Adorable Prince George, eight, attends Thomas' School in Battersea, and it turns out he's not the only one with a royal status in class.
Maud, who is the daughter of Lord Freddie Windsor and actress Sophie Winkleman, also attends the same school as George, and they're even in the same class.
The adorable duo attend a £17,000 a year school and they're not the only famous tots to have attended the school
Cara Delevingne and her older sisters attended the illustrious school, as did pop star Florence Welch.
The impressive school boasts a ballet room and poetry room, as well as two libraries, a theatre and a gym.
It has been described in the Good Schools Guide as the “best education money can buy," so it is perhaps unsurprising that there is more than one royal tot at the school.
Despite already having an impressive moniker of His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge, little George is known as something different at school.
While at school, the eight year old goes by the name of George Cambridge.
Princess Charlotte also holds the same name – Charlotte Cambridge – and Louis will likely be Louis Cambridge when he attends school.
While in school, George's father Prince William took the surname Wales due to his father's title of Prince of Wales.
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Kate and William were even believed to have added 'Tips' after PG, making it PG Tips after the tea brand.
However, the name has since reportedly been shortened to just 'Tips.'
After his stint at Thomas' School, it has been reported that Prince George won't go to boarding school full-time like his dad, a royal commentator says.
Kate Middleton and Prince William set tongues wagging when they began scoping out new schools and possible homes in the Berkshire area earlier this year.
Both William and his younger brother Prince Harry happily boarded at Ludgrove School in Berkshire from the age of eight before moving to Eton at 13.
But royal experts tell OK! the couple are casting their net wider than just schools traditionally favoured by the Royal Family and Ludgrove is not currently in the running for George.
"It's my understanding for some time, possibly even before George was even born, was that William was quite keen that any child he had wouldn't be packed off to boarding school," royal expert Duncan Larcombe told OK! .
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