A royal commute: Prince William takes the train to Cambridge
Prince William has officially started his 10-week course in Agricultural Management at Cambridge University, leaving little George and Kate in London to take the 9:44 am train out of King's Cross Station -- approximately a 45 minute commute.
Naturally, this leaves us with two questions:
1. Did he chat with daily commuters, bond over pesky train schedules? (Hope so!)
2. Any first day of school jitters? (Hope not.)
Starting today, the program will run through mid-March and will be a "bespoke" course of seminars, lectures, meetings -- and field trips! The program has been designed to help William understand the "contemporary issues affecting agricultural business and rural communities in the United Kingdom."
Above, he walks through the grounds with some leaders of the University. The course he begins today will help him manage the Duchy of Cornwall, a large estate that he will inherit from his father when Charles becomes King.
And look! He wore a blue suit for the occasion. Clearly the Prince already has school spirit in his Cambridge blue.