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It’d be wrong to call the future King of England adorable, and yet Prince William wore a tie on his first day of school today and thus there is no other term. He looks so cute!

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The Duke of Cambridge arrived at the University of Cambridge today for the start of his 10-week course in farming. What does a royal need with a course on agricultural management? He’s enrolled in the Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership, which creates unique, individual courses for leaders. A king of England certainly needs a very specific type of course!

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“The purpose is to give the Duke sufficient grounding in contemporary issues affecting agricultural business and rural communities in the U.K.,” a palace source tells People. No elitist prince here, William will one day preside over a pretty large countryside, so it’s nice that he’ll understand issues of the land. Here’s hoping for loads of photos of him playing in the mud very soon.

What do you think of Prince William’s choice to study at Cambridge? Do you think an agriculture course will be useful for him? What other kind of courses should he take? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine.

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