Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are planning play dates for their son.
The royal couple are reportedly organising for two-year-old Prince George's friends to visit him at Anmer Hall, their country retreat in Norfolk, east England.
A source told Bella magazine: "Kate and William will be getting involved in Prince George's nursery life. They won't ever want him to feel isolated or different from the other children, so that means plenty of play dates with his classmates.
"Kate and William are very sociable and want to get involved in all aspects of his nursery life, which includes meeting his new friends. There would be security checks on parents coming into their home and personal 'family areas' of the estate would be out of bounds, but there are plenty of communal areas where George's friends can visit."
Meanwhile, it is likely Prince George will want to spend the majority of his playdates outside anyway as he "instinctively" likes to be outdoors, according to his grandfather Prince Charles.
He said previously: "Fortunately he's one of those characters, I think, who naturally, instinctively likes to be outside.
"It's very interesting. I'm intrigued to see if it lasts. But he loves being outside, which is encouraging. Like all these things, it depends if you can get them to take an interest."