HIS DAYS ARE REGIMENTED: BREAKFAST AT 8 A.M., chapel at 8:30. Lessons begin at 9, pause briefly for an 11:20 biscuit break, then resume. Lunch is at 1:25: a meat, two vegetables and a traditional pudding. And then, after lunch, he forays onto those famous playing fields. At Eton there are few spare moments for reflection, and it may be just as well. One can only guess the thoughts last week of the 13-year-old registered at that ancient school as William of Wales, H.R.H. Prince.

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