Princess Prep Classes Instruct Girls in Princess Etiquette

The next generation of royalty is already in training. INSIDE EDITION visits a camp in London where young girls are schooled in Princess prep.

INSIDE EDITION's Diane McInerney visited a princess prep school in London. It is a 7-day camp that teaches little girls how to be princesses.

"Your Royal Highness, may I present Miss Grace and Miss Josephine!' said the instructor.

"Good afternoon your Royal Highness!" the girls respond in sync.

In the princess prep classes they learn how to sit, to walk, and to curtsy.

"Now when a princess sits, she smoothes her skirt, keeps her dress under her, and crosses her ankles," said the teacher.

McInerney said she was doing pretty well during afternoon tea practice until it came to eating the scone: "I'm the only one who didn't know how to eat my scone like a princess? Are you going to kick me out of class?"

The classes are the brainchild of Jerramy Fine, an American who says since she was a little girl she's dreamed of becoming a princess. Her autobiography is titled Someday My Prince Will Come. And she says her camp is much more than just training Little Miss Manners.  

"How do you learn how to be a princess?" McInerney asked.

"Well a princess, it's not just about wearing fancy ball gowns. It's about treating everyone with kindness and generosity and believing in yourself and that you can be a princess in whatever you choose to do in life," Fine said.