Last week, four-year-old Prince George started school and - just in case you haven't seen the pictures - he looked mega cute in his little blue uniform as he rolled up to the gates with his dad, Prince William.
British police are working with Prince George's elementary school to review its security after a woman was arrested for gaining access to the premises. Cops say they're reviewing security arrangements at the school on the heels of the incident.
A Met spokesperson said officers had "attended immediately after the issue came to light".
Police are part of the security measure in place to protect George, who is third in line to the throne behind William and Prince Charles.
Last week it was also confirmed exactly what name Prince George would go by at school, satiating our endless curiosity over all things Royal.
The arrested woman was taken to a south London police station, where she was being held in custody.
The Duchess of Cambridge has told school-parents that she will meet them at the school gates when she does the school run.
But if the school has got anything to do with it, Prince George won't be making a best friend there.
The school accommodates boys and girls between four and 13; prospective two and three-year-olds are called in for an assessment to determine their suitability, although the test relies on natural intelligence rather than academia.
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