Prince George and Princess Charlotte attend the £6,000-a-term Thomas’s Battersea in London.
And Kate Middleton and Prince William’s son and daughter have many delicious dishes to choose from during the school day.
The school the royal pupils attend has an amazing menu on offer, with a variety of dishes.
Prince George, his sister and their classmates can enjoy everything from risotto to gluten free chili and cheesy paninis, reports The Mirror .
And while free range chicken and leek topped with puff pastry, as well as pork sausage plait with onions, fresh herbs and gravy are likely to go down a treat, Fridays are reserved for meat-free dishes only.
On the last day of the week, fish fingers, fish burgers, risotto and pizza, as well as cheese and tomato paninis are all on offer.
The menus rotate on a three-week cycle and always include a protein main option, vegetables as well as choices of carbohydrates and fish to ensure pupils get a balanced diet.
Vegan and dairy-free dishes are also available, they include Linda McCartney’s vegetable sausages, vegan cauliflower, olive and lentil tagine, as well as pea and mint falafel with mango chutney.
Snacks include organic milk, fresh fruit, breadsticks or rice cakes, with fresh baked bread and freshly prepared soup before lunch.
Dessert is also amazing, with the school offering vegetarian jelly with fresh fruit, banana, strawberry and raspberry smoothies, apple tart with ice cream or sticky date sponge with fromage frais.
Pupils from neighbouring schools are said to relish their visits to Thomas’s to get a taste of the mouth-watering meals.
A source told Fabulous Digital : “The Thomas’s school lunches are the envy of the parents, their school chefs are first class.
“French onion soups, salmon dishes with dauphinoise potatoes plus an array of amazing puddings are the daily fare.
“Snacks are fruit and vegetables which are sourced daily. No sugar loading is permitted.
“Pupils from other London schools love eating after matches with Thomas’s in the spacious dining room as their food is so tasty and appetising.”
The school prides itself in providing its students with a fresh, healthy and nutritious lunches. It avoids using processed foods, undesirable additives or hydrogenated fats.
General Catering Manager Mark Newman states on the website: “Each term the catering team develop a range of ideas and dishes with an emphasis on healthy cooking, full flavour and presentation.
“Our goal is to not only persuade pupils to eat but, more importantly, to enjoy a balanced diet whilst at school.”