Kate Middleton and William, both graduated from two of the best schools in the United Kingdom. Before falling for each other at St. Andrew University, Middleton and William were also enrolled in some great boarding schools for their schooling. After them, it is now the turn of their children to choose an educational institution of their own.
Wishing Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis all the very best as they start a new school journey at @LambrookSchool next month.
— Tessy Ojo CBE (@Ttall) August 22, 2022
Although the trio of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis already attended Lambrook School in Windsor, reports say there might be some changes around. Kate Middleton in her early stages of schooling went to a massively recognized St. Andrew’s school. She was later educated at two of the most expensive private schools in the United Kingdom.
Princess Charlotte might just follow in the footsteps of Kate Middleton
Princess Charlotte might have some exciting options for educational institutions to choose from. Reportedly, the seven-year-old might go on to attend the most expensive school after middle school. The same was once attended by her mother back in the day for a total fee of € 39K a year. She might find herself in Marlborough College in Wiltshire where her mother was once a star.
— PIET LATEGAN (@pietlategan) September 5, 2019
The other two Princes are said to keep the family tradition and enroll in Eton College for graduation. Prince William also attended one of the top-tier schools in Britain. He first enrolled in Wetherby Prep School. Later he attended Ludgrove School in Berkshire, before attending Eton College from 1995 to 2000 with Prince Harry.
Charlotte, however, need not worry about the same and can happily follow in her mother’s footsteps. In fact, it is one of the most famous schools in the whole kingdom. The students studying there consider themselves to be privileged enough to be attaining knowledge from such an institution.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have had their first day at Lambrook School in Berkshire. Prince William, who accompanied them alongside the Duchess of Cambridge.https://t.co/OmGcQOCH8J pic.twitter.com/O7wUU24uPA
— Sky News (@SkyNews) September 7, 2022
Princess Eugenie to comedian Jack Whitehall and even Emerald Fennell – the Academy Award Winning screenwriter and actress who portrayed Camilla, Queen Consort in seasons three and four of Netflix’s The Crown, are some of the few notable alumni of the same.
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