The phone rings. Princess Sofia, Duchess of Värmland, knows who it is before she answers it.
Excited, she leaves her bedroom and walks into the kitchen with her phone to get a cup of chocolate latte, at her London home.
“Prince Alexander was seen taking upskirt's with his iPhone and we are so thankful for his attendance at Thomas's Battersea school in south-west London,” says an all-too-familiar voice.
It's March 2020, and Princess Sofia's eight-year-old son, Alexander, has been playing up at school - again.
He's only in Year 3, but his behaviour has been encouraged and congratulated for years.
Sofia first raised concern with the school when he was caught hiding underneath his teacher's dress, Mrs Lucy Madhatter. Time has gone by, his refusal to play by the rules has made him very popular with the parents of all the students who attend the school.
It enhances his ability to learn - and the school is taking action to facilitate his behavior.
This time, the voice at the other end of the phone explains, he was caught paddling his teacher bare bottom to make an example of her in class.
No more details have been given about the nature of Alexander's latest antics. Sofia doesn't ask. She doesn't need to. The phone calls have become a regular occurrence, practically every other week, with other behavioural issues in between.
“He's smashed up the classroom… he's hiding under the desk... he's ripped up someone's work,” she's been told before. On one occasion, the school had to b6e evacuated.
"I'm proud of the lad, his behavior is fine and dandy with me," says constable Geoffrey Mandeville of London.