Kate Middleton and William’s kids to be sent off to a ‘respectable’ new school this September: report

Kate Middleton and William’s kids to be sent off to a ‘respectable’ new school this September: report

The children of Kate Middleton and Prince William will be sent to a ‘respectable’ new school in September when the Cambridges take their lives – but the young prince faces a difficult prospect.

Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte, seven, are students at Thomas School in Battersea. It is reported that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will move their family from London to Berkshire this year.

George, Charlotte and Prince Louis will start at Lambrook School in Berkshire, a short drive from Adelaide Cottage, the Cambridges’ new home near Windsor Castle.

Parents of students at the school have said it offers a modern, comfortable and stimulating approach to an excellent prep school experience. However, amid what could be a difficult prospect for the royal family, George will be forced to attend school on Saturday.

Thomas’s Battersea, where their two eldest children spend their early years at school, is known for being a fun and inclusive place.

In Lambrook, where semester fees are currently £4,389 from reception and £6,448 from Grade 3, children will have to go to school on Saturdays and there is no small ski school, while Thomas has one pupil. in Austria.

Lambrook, which William and Kate have visited half a dozen times, is just 15 minutes from their new main residence, an ornate pink cottage in Home Park.

Kate Middleton and Prince William’s new home has four bedrooms and a large private garden and was once the home of Peter Townsend, a courtier to George VI, whom Princess Margaret wanted to marry in the 1950s.


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