The five-year-old was chauffeured there by the Duchess of Cambridge to see dad Prince William downing the birds in the hills, according to the Scottish Mail on Sunday. They then enjoyed a lunch with other members of the royal family including the Queen, Prince Charles, Prince Edward, Sophie the Countess of Wessex and their children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn. The Princess Royal, as well as Zara and Mike Tindall, were also understood to be present for the gathering on Friday. Reports said the Queen, 92, drove herself there in her Range Rover. Prince George in a photo from a royal tour. Prince George is starting Year 1 soon
As well as maths, English and all the other normal subjects, George’s £17,604-a-year school also offers up some other learning opportunities. And there’s one compulsory class the little royal will take every week – and it’s not something you find on many Year 1 lesson timetables. Prince George pictured with his dad last year. The Cambridge family pictured all together. According to the school’s curriculum guidelines, all Year 1 pupils must take part in a 35-minute ballet class every week. The lessons follow the Royal Academy of Dance’s Pre-Primary in Dance syllabus, and there’s a pianist in every class. Kensington Palace provided no comment on the grouse shoot when contacted by Mirror Online.