The move to Windsor for the family of Prince William and Kate Middleton is underway: the dukes would have chosen the Lambrook School to have their children study in the idyllic English countryside
The Cambridge family’s move to Windsor , in Adelaide Cottage , is getting closer and, while the sporadic Augustan engagements of Kate Middleton and Prince William keep them busy in London, the three royal babies are presumably enjoying their vacation time from school in the Norfolk mansion, Anmer Hall , or at the home of Middleton’s grandparents in Berkshire .
In this very county, where Kate grew up, George (recently seen at Wimbledon 2022 ), Charlotte ( who instead appeared in a videoto cheer on the Lionesses, later European champions) and little Louis, will attend a new school.
Prince William has chosen the Lambrook School for children to study
And, after several guesses, it seems that the chosen one is the Lambrook School, a prestigious institute immersed in the green of the English countryside.
The spotlights of the royal insiders had already turned on the Lambrook because the school is truly a small naturalistic paradise, with an enviable sporting and educational offer.
By accepting children aged 7 to 13, both Charlotte and George will be able to attend it, greatly optimizing the Cambridge movements.
The school also has a Nursery section, but it is not clear if little Louis , 4, will be enrolled in the same institution.
The Telegraphadds a curious detail: the school also provides lessons on Saturday mornings, a detail that made the parents of the students very happy, according to a source who lives in Berkshire, “since their children will go to school while they recover from Friday parties and any hangover “.
In short, in the aristocratic circles that have moved their residence to the most exclusive counties, you have fun like never before.
But we also think about the future of the little ones, coming from some of the noble and richest families in the country.
For this reason Kate and Prince William , who seem to have made several reconnaissance tours of the schools around their future home, would have chosen the Lambrook, considered one of the best in the area.
The courses offered to children range from cricket to swimming, also passing through the more manual ones in which small plots of land or farm animals are treated.
It would have been this setting that convinced the Cambridge that this was the perfect school for older children : Kate and Prince William are trying to raise children in such a way that their privileges and the future that in particular awaits George, who will be king after Prince William, do not prevail over the need to make them live a normal, peaceful and stimulating childhood.
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