Prince George's typical school day anything but normal
Daily access to organic meals, freshly baked pastries, a pottery room and two libraries sound like the offerings of a luxury wellness resort, but these are just a few of the amenities Prince George will enjoy at his new school.
Four-year-old George started school this week at Thomas's Battersea in south London. The private prep school charges more than £17,500 pounds (NZ$31,656) per year.
A typical day for the young prince will see him partake in ballet, art, drama, music, ICT, French and PE, all subjects taught from day one.
Along with English, maths and science he'll be encouraged to broaden his mind with classes in 'understanding the world', 'expressive arts and design' and 'communication and language'.
After he's worked up an appetite practising his pliés in the dance studio a morning tea of organic milk, freshly baked pain aux raisins and wholewheat breadsticks will await.
On the menu for lunch is freshly cooked meals which, whenever possible, use organic meat, vegetables and dairy.
Come playtime he'll have stunning views across the river Thames and Battersea Park from the school's rooftop playground.
The one-acre AstroTurf playground is set among Grade II-listed heritage buildings, parts of which date to 1700.
If he takes an interest in the performing arts he'll have the opportunity to test out his acting ability in any one of the eight concerts the school puts on each year.