Kate and Prince William ‘Checked Out’ Prince George Residential Schools | Royal | New
Prince George could face a major change in his life as his parents Prince William and Kate consider sending him to boarding school. The future eight-year-old king is said to be ‘excited’ by the idea, although a royal source has claimed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are keen to make sure ‘they feel it’s right’ before they go. engage in the idea.
A royal source told the Us Weekly publication: “Kate and William are ready to send George to boarding school in the future and have already checked out a few, but they feel 8 is a bit young and want to wait until ‘he is slightly older.
“They would never force George to go there unless he wanted to and they think it’s fair.”
The royal informant also claims that George is apparently ‘passionate’ about the idea.
Prince George currently attends Thomas’s School in Battersea, where he is known as George Cambridge.
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He started his first day of primary education on September 7, 2017 and was later joined by his younger sister, Princess Charlotte, 6, in 2019.
Their younger brother, Prince Louis, is currently dating Willcocks Nursery School, which is located near their home in Kensington Palace.
Members of the royal family are traditionally sent to boarding school, with Prince William and Prince Harry attending the prestigious Eton College.
The two brothers were sent to boarding school at the age of eight, when they attended Ludgrove School near Wokingham, before being sent to Eton at the age of 13.
Despite the royal family’s long-standing ties to Gordonstoun, male members of Princess Diana’s family were traditionally sent to Eton, so it was announced that William and Harry would follow in their footsteps.
During this time, Kate was also a boarder at the prestigious Marlborough College Coed School, where she thrived in the school’s sports department and became the captain of the hockey team.
Prince William and Kate then met at St Andrews University, where they shared an apartment as friends before entering into a romantic relationship. They tied the knot in a widely publicized ceremony at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011.
The couple and their three young children currently split their time between Kensington Palace and their Norfolk home of Anmer Hall.