England .- Prince George and Princess Charlotte return to the classroom this week.
Princess Charlotte, who celebrated her fifth birthday on May 4, is going to school at Thomas's Battersea in south London.
The school will reopen this week and the children of Kate Middleton and Prince William are expected to return to London to attend their school.
Charlotte's older brother George, 7 years old , is also a private school student whose tuition costs $ 25,400 a year.
Siblings may be royals in real life, but insiders say the Prince and Princess are treated like all other children as soon as they walk through the school gates.
This means that Charlotte's classmates do not use their royal titles when speaking to her.
Instead, she will have been given a last name, just like the rest of his companions.  Charlotte's full name is Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, but her official title is Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge.
Charlotte will likely use the same surname that her older brother and other members of the Royal Family use: Cambridge.
When Prince William and Prince Harry went to school, they both used their father's title, the Prince of Wales, as their surname.
They were known as William Wales and Harry Wales at school and during their careers
This means that her classmates will know her as Charlotte Cambridge, similarly to how her brother is known as George Cambridge.
Although her friends have reportedly given her a very sweet nickname : PG.
Prince George is reportedly doing very well in school, which offers a varied and exciting curriculum, including religious studies, computer science, and ballet.
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