WHILE some children are naturally anxious before their first day of school, others take it in stride.

And according to body language expert Judi James, Prince Louis, four, who was accompanied by Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and their parents Prince William and Kate Middleton, belonged to this last category.

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Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, accompanied by their parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, arrive for an afternoon check-in at Lambbrook School, near Ascot in BerkshireCredit: PA
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Judi says Prince Louis’ ‘fixed forward’ eyes show ‘determination rather than nervousness’Credit: PA

Speaking to Fabulous, she explains that the young royal’s ‘fixed forward’ eyes were a telltale sign of his confidence as he arrived for his daytime installation at Lambbrook School, near Ascot in Berkshire .

“Louis’ eyes are fixed forward, but his expression is one of determination rather than nervousness about a first day at school,” she says.

The body language expert also points to the “marked differences” in the body language dynamics of each of the three Cambridge children when they started school.

She begins by discussing the impression Prince George gave when he arrived for his first day at Thomas’s Battersea in London on September 7, 2017.

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“George was of course an only child before becoming Charlotte and Louis’ big brother,” explains Judi. “Her first day could have been emotional thanks to how Kate was suffering from morning sickness.

“There will always be more tension from the parent when it’s the first day of school for the firstborn.”

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Discussing Prince George’s visible emotions at the time, she notes: “They seemed to oscillate between bravado and playfulness until a slow dip towards the brooding stare kind of thing.”

“It suggests that he had just realized that he was going to be separated from his beloved father at any moment.

“William’s chatter over his son’s head sounded like an attempt to defuse the situation by ignoring the mood and acting cheerful, but that rather forced smile didn’t fool anyone – he seemed just as upset at the moment. inside than his son.”

Judi compares this behavior to when Princess Charlotte arrived for her first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea on September 5, 2019.

“Charlotte has always shown higher levels of confidence and sociability than her older brother,” says Judi. “But she needed a little coaxing to come out of her shell initially, hanging back as she held her mother’s hand and even hiding behind Kate’s arm.”

The body language guru adds that Kate and Charlotte have also mirrored each other’s body language with their hair-brushing rituals.

“This gesture implied a certain desire to comfort each other,” she explains. “Once Charlotte was introduced to her teacher, she started moving forward with her usual confidence and love for taking the lead.”

“A quick ‘hello’ and she seemed happy to be embarking on this new adventure. She did, however, have her big brother with her, just in case.

The pair posed with Charlotte’s arm around George, showing she knew he would be there if needed.”

But according to Judi, Prince Louis has always been the “happiest and boldest” of the three siblings.

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“He is happy to be in the spotlight and is keen to entertain everyone, as we saw at Jubilee,” she explains. “His arrival is so different from his brother’s.”

“It’s now ‘Team Cambridge’, a team of five that seems pretty invincible, and with Louis dressed like his brother and with a very confident sister to serve as a role model, it’s no wonder he’s coming up with this look of quiet determination.”

Princess Charlotte with her mother the Duchess of Cambridge arriving for her first day of school at Thomas's Battersea in London on September 5, 2019

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Princess Charlotte with her mother the Duchess of Cambridge arriving for her first day of school at Thomas’s Battersea in London on September 5, 2019Credit: Rex Features
Prince George arriving with the Duke of Cambridge at Thomas's Battersea in London, when he started his first day at school on September 7, 2017

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Prince George arriving with the Duke of Cambridge at Thomas’s Battersea in London, when he started his first day at school on September 7, 2017Credit: PA: Press Association