THEY are one of the most famous families in the UK and beyond and are soon to add a third child to their brood.
But as Kate Middleton and Prince William go through their third pregnancy, here’s how old Prince George and Princess Charlotte are now…
Getty – Contributor It seems like we welcomed the royal babies into the world only yesterday, but Prince George is four already and Princess Charlotte is two
How old are Prince George and Princess Charlotte?
Wills and Kate announced in December 2012 that they were expecting their first child together.
On 22 July 2013, Kate was admitted to St Mary’s Hospital, where William himself was born, and emerged with a son – Prince George.
In September 2014, the royal couple announced that Kate was pregnant again, which resulted in the birth of Princess Charlotte at the same hospital on 2 May 2015.
It seems like we welcomed the royal babies into the world only yesterday, but Prince George is four already and Princess Charlotte is two.
On September 4 it was announced that Kate and William are expecting their third child.
A specific due date for the royal birth is not yet known but if Kate was around three months pregnant at the time of the announcement we should expect the new arrival around April 2018.
PA:Press Association After Charles, Prince William is up next in line for the throne, with his children George and Charlotte following in third and fourth
When did Prince George start school?
Prince George, like many four-year-olds, packed up his pencil case and headed into school for the first time on September 7, 2018.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge opted to send their first born to the rather posh south London school St Thomas’s of Battersea.
The exclusive establishment charges the princely sum of £17K-a-year for their students.
Getty Images – Getty Prince George is heading into school for the first time this September
When did Princess Charlotte start nursery?
Princess Charlotte started at the Willcocks Nursery School on Monday January 8.
The nursery has an “outstanding” rating by Ofsted, thanks to the “staff’s meticulous planning skills in ensuring children’s individual learning needs are met”.
It has an all-female staff and is run by Lavinia Taylor, who has been headmistress since September 2009.
The school’s ethos is ethos is “for high standards, excellence and good manners”.