Britain's Duchess of Cambridge proud of 'brave' son Prince George

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge has told a retired Royal Navy lieutenant commander that she thought her son Prince George was very "brave" on his first day of nursery.

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge proud of 'brave' son Prince George

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge thought Prince George was very "brave" on his first day of nursery.

The 34-year-old royal told Arthur Coxon, whose father fought in the Gallipoli campaign, that she was incredibly proud of her two-year-old son, who had "thoroughly enjoyed" the day.

He said: "They asked what my connection with the association was and I congratulated Kate on the lovely photos of Prince George.

"She said he went off to school bravely as anything and thoroughly enjoyed it."

Duchess Catherine and her husband Prince William - who also have eight-month-old daughter Charlotte together - met the retired Royal Navy lieutenant commander at a service at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham over the weekend.

Meanwhile, the young Prince - who was photographed by his mother as they made their way to Westacre Montessori school in King's Lynn, Norfolk on Wednesday (06.01.16) - is reportedly going to be attending the school for a "handful of hours per day".

A source said at the time: "He's going to be attending part time for a handful of hours per day. Both the Duke and Duchess dropped him off today and it seems all went well."

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