Prince George School
Prince George, pictured on his first day at the Westacre Montessori nursery school near Sandringham in Norfolk on Jan. 6, 2016. Getty Images

It is been just four weeks since Prince George started his first day at the Westcare Montessori School in the village of East Walton in Norfolk. However, the royal toddler seems to have adapted well to his new surroundings. A royal source said that Prince William and Kate Middleton are very happy as Prince George has been able to adjust to his new nursery school.

The source added that William and Kate thanked people all over the world for their continued support after the royal couple came to know that the toddler has settled in to his nursery. This is also helping the royal couple concentrate on their busy year ahead and focus more in support of the work for Queen Elizabeth II and her charities.

On his first day at the nursery, little George was seen being dropped by his parents. The couple had also ensured that the tot would not be short of supplies on his first day at school and had a backpack filled with supplies for him. He was wearing a £30 navy quilted coat from John Lewis.

He was also seen carrying a blue backpack had a change of clothes for the toddler, a healthy snack and maybe one of his a favourite toy.

Kate and William have an exciting year ahead with a much-anticipated tour of India and Bhutan. They will also be heading a series of major events to celebrate Elizabeth's 90th birthday in June. The insider said that for William and Kate, supporting the queen in her projects is their top priority.

Besides, in addition to this William has his commitment as an air ambulance pilot while Kate has to take care of their little ones George and Princess Charlotte, who turns one in May. The couple also intends on continuing to work with Prince Harry on mental health and wellbeing issues. Also, it includes supporting veterans, conservation issues and championing development opportunities for vulnerable young people and children.