PRINCESS Charlotte has started nursery school, with her mother Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge photographing her beaming as she headed off to school on a freezing London winter's day.
She'll be attending The Willcocks Nursery School, a program that is very close to Kensington Palace and describes itself as a "traditional nursery school which strives to maintain its ethos for high standards, excellence and good manners".
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.
It was announced in December that Princess Charlotte would be attending Willcocks school.
She is wearing a red coat and shoes with a red bow in her hair.
We can't wait to see how Princess Charlotte continues takes after Her Majesty as she grows up.
The tweet was followed by confirmation that the pictures had been taken by Kate Middleton as she sent her daughter off to school for the first time.
Kensington Palace shared two pictures of the two-year-old taken at her home ahead of the big day.
Prince George started nursery in January 2016, and interest in Montessori nurseries soared as a result of the enrolment of the third-in-line to the throne, with parents keen on signing up their children to the same education as the future king.