The 2019/2020 school year has been turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic. And even the children of the British monarchy did not escape the disturbances! So this year, Louise Mountbatten-Windsor saw her end-of-year exams canceled. No tests to take for the granddaughter of Elizabeth II, who was graded by the teachers based on the assessment during the year as well as the expected results of the exams. And it is Thursday, August 20 that the long-awaited results were communicated to the students. The suspense is coming to an end!
As revealed by the British newspaper The Mirror, however, the results will not be disclosed to the general public, stipulates Buckingham Palace. It remains to be seen whether or not Lady Louise has validated her CGSE, translate General certificate of end of secondary studies …
And if the question fascinates the British people, it is because the intelligence of Louise Mountbatten-Windsor has often been underlined. The 16-year-old is educated at a private school in Ascot, a small town near London.
A family like any other?
Louise can count on the support of her mother, Sophie Rhys-Jones, who assured last June in the pages of The Times newspaper that her daughter worked hard to succeed in her school year. “She’s studying a lot and is going to take her bachelor’s degree. I hope she goes to college. I don’t want to force her, but only if she wants to. She’s very smart.”
In this same interview, Louise’s mother assured that her children (Louise has a brother, James) have a very normal childhood. “They go to friends’ houses, have parties. On the weekends, they spend time with the dogs and their friends. I know not all grandparents live in a castle, but where they go or it doesn’t matter who they hang out with. ”
Lady Louise Windsor © AGENCY