Prince George is simply called by his first name “George” at his nursery school near his country home in Norfolk. The tot started his preschool at Westacre Montessori in Norfolk in January. He is currently in his sixth week of nursery school.

The third-in-line to the British throne is just another kid in his nursery school. The school does not give him any special treatment by virtue of him being a royal. Like all the other students of his class, George hangs his coat everyday on a peg with his name written on top.

The two-year-old royal is just called “George” among his classmates and teachers, a royal source confirmed. The name is mostly written on his coat-and-backpack peg. Little George’s teachers write it for him on his artwork, said Louise Livingston, who is director of training at the Maria Montessori Institute.

In the first few weeks, George's teachers will have spent a great deal of time going over the rules that govern Montessori learning. 

Little George has settled into his nursery environment which he attends part time. In the Montessori school the kids learn to respect others and also the environment, Livingston said. She added that kids learn to say little things like "Good Morning," how to push their chair back under the table so no one else trips over it. Two-year-old George is learning things at school through play activities like how to unroll a mat for activity, where to place it so as it is not in the way of anyone else's activity and how to ask for help when needed.

Meanwhile, his mother Kate Middleton revealed during her engagement at the 75th anniversary of the RAF’s Air Training Corps on Sunday that George wants to join the air cadets like his dad, Prince William. The 34-year-old royal said that George is obsessed with airplanes and she has shown him pictures of Spitfires. Westacre Montessori training head also told that his teachers will definitely show him pictures of airplanes and teach him their names.