as seen in the New York Times

Frequently Asked Questions (continued)

What is the dress code?

Girls are encouraged to dress in a ladylike fashion taking after the princesses they hope to emulate. Day dresses, skirts and comfortable walking shoes are the order of the day. London weather can be temperamental even in summer so don’t forget to pack warm tights, several cardigans, and a nice pea coat. And of course please bring your rain gear (including wellies and rain coat) just in case we get a summer shower! You will also need one extra-nice outfit for the theatre, and jeans for riding in Hyde Park. (Riding hats and boots will be provided but feel free to bring your own.)

What if my daughter wants to attend with her friends?
If there is space available, Princess Prep is delighted to accommodate groups of friends or relatives.

Are the princesses supervised 24/7?
The little princesses are supervised 24 hours a day (including airport transfers) and cared for in the regal manner to which they plan to become accustomed. The staff ratio is at least 1:4 and all are legally qualified to work with children. Trained "Night Nannies" (not unlike Mary Poppins!) are provided from bedtime to breakfast.

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