Prince George, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte To Starting At A New School In September

Prince George, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte To Starting At A New School In September

Updated on August 22, 2022 18:45 PM by Emily Hazel

The Queen, The Royal Children Beginning A New Life At A Brand New School

As the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reportedly moving out of London to Windsor to be closer to The Queen, the royal children will begin a new life at a new and very exciting school.

Because the Queen has suffered health scares in the latest months and is becoming less mobile, the move will bring the royal family closer to her.

As part of the move, the royal children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, will be starting at a new school this September, Lambrook School in Berkshire.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte have been attending Thomas's School Battersea for the last few years, with Prince Louis at Wilcocks Nursery School in South Kensington.

Their Royal Highnesses are hugely grateful to Thomas's Battersea, where George and Charlotte have had a happy start to their education since 2017 and 2019, respectively, and are pleased to have found a school for all three of their children which shares a similar ethos and values, the royal couple said via a Kensington Palace release.

Jonathan Perry, Headmaster at Lambrook School, said we are delighted that Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will join us this coming September. We look forward to welcoming the family and our new pupils to our school community.

Princess Charlotte And Prince Louis Are Expected At Lambrook

While Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are expected to be day students at Lambrook, Prince George may follow in the academic footsteps of his father, Prince William, and uncle Prince Harry, and board.

The new school's calendar has some in-built weekends and breaks, which means that George could go home to either their new Adelaide Cottage home in Berkshire, Kensington Palace in London, or their country home Anmer Hall in Norfolk, during the term.

Boarding school is a popular choice for the royals, especially those in senior positions or those like George, 9, who will one day be king. Prince Philip and Prince Charles were sent to Cheam School at 8, and both later boarded at the famously rough-and-tumble Gordonstoun in Scotland.

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Prince George At Thomas’s School In Battersea

Prince George spent the last four years at Thomas's School in Battersea, the $23,000-per-year school just four miles from Kensington Palace in London.

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Princess Charlotte, 7, joined her big brother at the school in 2019, while Prince Louis, 4, attended Willcocks Nursery School, just like his older sister did before him.

Prince William and Kate, both 40, toured several schools in the area as they looked for a suitable place for George, Charlotte, and Louis to begin their next chapter in education.

Prince George will likely remain a student at Lambrook until he leaves for a senior school, such as Eton College, which his father attended until he was 18. The move to Windsor marks a major change for the family, who previously made London their home base.

The move means that the family will be closer to Prince William's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, who now resides primarily at Windsor Castle, and Kate's parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, who live farther west in Bucklebury.

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