Woman arrested near Prince George's school is free on bail

Danny Woods
September 15, 2017

Tordengrave welcomed William with a handshake and a cheery "Prince of Hearts!" After a lifetime in the public eye, the heir to the throne of England has definitely mastered the British art of the stiff upper lip.

Authorities won't say whether school was in session when the burglary happened but Prince George was not there at the time.

The woman's arrest came six days after George, 4, attended his first day of school at Thomas's Battersea, which has about 540 students ages 4-13. The Kensington Palace Instagram account released a photo of Prince William chatting with Aintree patients.

"Most of the parents were in floods of tears. The kids were all fine". Kids - always unbelievable us with their levels of chill.

Prince George started primary school last week, with the four-year-old enrolling at Thomas's Battersea, a private prep school in south London.

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A 40-year-old woman remains in custody after her arrest on Wednesday, and is thought to have been apprehended near to the school.

Speaking of George's first day of school on September 7 at Thomas's Battersea, William said, "most of the parents were in floods of tears".

With a new royal baby on the way, all eyes are on Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, for any clues about their third pregnancy. "It went well", he said. "George has been really easy", William told patients.

Speaking of two-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte, he said: "I think she's going to be trouble when she's older". One patient, Teresa Jones, took the opportunity to compliment William on George and Charlotte. He added: "George rules the roost and Charlotte isn't far behind".

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