Prince George can expect to feast on the highest quality foods at his £17,604-a-year school.

Prince George

Prince George

The four-year-old royal - who is the eldest child of Duchess Catherine and Prince William - is set to start school at Thomas's in Battersea this week and he won't be fed a typical school meal.

The menu includes organic milk and fruit juices, lamb ragout, wholewheat pasta and much more.

The only classic school dinner item is the dessert of jam coconut sponge with custard.

the education establishment was previously described as "chaotic" and "busy".

A post about the school on The Good Schools Guide reads: "A big, busy, slightly chaotic school for cosmopolitan parents who want their children to have the best English education money can buy. That is what they want and, to a large degree, that is what they get."

Describing the school's entry requirements, they added: "Mainly at 4. Competitive and oversubscribed. Register as soon as possible, preferably at birth. Assessments in November prior to entry in September the following year. Three applicants for each place offered.

"Up to six boys and girls per hour's session. Looking for children who 'have a measure of confidence, are responsive, sociable, with a light in their eyes'. Sibling priority but not absolutely guaranteed."

As George prepares for his first day at school, his parents - who also have two-year-old daughter Princess Elizabeth - are readying themselves for welcoming their third child into the world.

The couple's pregnancy news was released in a statement on Monday (04.09.17) when it was revealed Catherine's severe boat of morning sickness meant she'd had to pull out of on official engagement scheduled for later in the day.

The royal announcement stated: "Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting their third child. The Queen and members of both families are delighted with the news.

"As with her previous two pregnancies, The Duchess is suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum. Her Royal Highness will no longer carry out her planned engagement at the Hornsey Road Children's Centre in London today.

"The Duchess is being cared for at Kensington Palace."