A student newspaper that objected to Prince William's enrolment on a Cambridge University course has withdrawn its criticism.
The Duke of Cambridge is about to start the ten week Agricultural Management course at the School of Technology, to help him prepare for running the Duchy of Cornwall when Prince Charles becomes King.
But student newspaper 'The Tab' questioned whether he had high enough grades to make it onto the course.
Speaking on ITV's Daybreak, the paper's editor Will Heilpern now accepts his enrolment is fair.
"It seemed really unfair that Prince William was coming in to do a degree," he said.
"However, when you actually looks at what he's doing, he's doing a course which is aimed at Boards of Directors and Business Executives so it's not really relevant to compare the grades.
"I was more doing that in a tongue in cheek, jokey manner."
Prince William is settling into student life at the University of Cambridge after enrolling on an Agricultural Management course today.
The Duke of Cambridge is due to return to life as a student by beginning a course in agricultural management at Cambridge University.