Step aside! The princess has arrived.
Princess Charlotte, the daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived for her first day of school on Thursday morning.
Charlotte, who is the fourth in line to the British throne, was seen with her parents Prince William and Princess Kate, along with her brother Prince George, who she will be joining at the school.
In a video Princess Charlotte is seen flicking her hair and holding onto her mother.
Charlotte and her brother George also shook hands with the head of the school, Helen Haslem.
The school both siblings will be attending is the $23,000-a-year Thomas’s Battersea located in London, England.
According to the school’s website it is a “busy, thriving, purposeful school” that serves 560 boys and girls between the ages of four and thirteen.
Princess Charlotte won't be getting the royal treatment in class. Teachers and classmates will be calling the Cambridge princess by her name, Charlotte, with close friends likely calling her by her well-known nickname Lottie.
As for her last name, it's a little more complicated: Lottie will likely follow in the footsteps of big bro George, going by Charlotte Cambridge during roll call.