At 7, Prince George is already a very studious student. Schooled in the private establishment of Thomas’s Battersea, in the south-west of London, the son of Kate Middleton and Prince William follows an educational path there, all that is more normal, with one exception. If he has the choice between many options in his school, the one chosen by the boy is surprising. Indeed, as reported by our colleagues from Paris Match, in addition to mathematics, English or science, the young prince chose to take ballet lessons.
A future star dancer in the royal family? It is still too early to know, but the sporting talents of Prince George would have allowed him to make many friends, as our colleagues relate. In this school for which his parents pay no less than 7,400 euros in tuition fees per term (not counting the fees for his regulatory uniform), the future heir to the British throne would not benefit from any preferential treatment and would be treated the same. equal to the 600 pupils aged 4 to 13 who attend the school.
Where do Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis go to school?
While the Cambridges ensure that their children get the best possible education, they are delighted to know that their eldest is thriving “fully” in his school. The latter also advocates a positive and benevolent education and even has the motto “Be Kind”. This is also why Kate and William also made the choice to educate their daughter Charlotte there. Prince Louis (3 years old) will also join the benches of this fiftieth anniversary institution when he is old enough to go to school. Another significant positive point for the small family, the school is located not far from Kensington Palace, where they live. Enough to allow Kate to drop off her offspring at school almost every morning.
Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children George and Charlotte © Agence