Prince Louis of Cambridge will not continue his studies at St Thoma’s Battersea Junior School, like George and Charlotte.
Kate Middleton and Prince William plan to move this summer to leave London and find a more fulfilling and normal environment for children.
The Windsor Estate represents a solution of choice for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, whether in terms of closeness with family members or the well-being of their children.
For his first royal engagement, Prince Louis of Cambridge, 4, was spotted with his brother George and sister Charlotte during the Platinum Jubilee weekend of Queen Elizabeth II of England, 96. . At 4 years old, the young prince has always lived in London and yet is about to experience a major change in his life. Indeed, Prince Louis will have to find new bearings in the face of the decision of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, both 40 years old, on an upcoming move. According to Express.co, this move will take place this summer in the Windsor area.
The decision of Kate Middleton and Prince William to move could greatly impact the school environment of children, especially little Louis from Cambridge. While Prince George, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 7, will be enrolled in a new school, not far from the Windsor Estate, Prince Louis, meanwhile, could attend the independent preparatory school in Lambrook, still according to The media. Having been enrolled at Willcocks Nursery School in Kensington, the young prince is the only one not to have pursued studies at St Thoma’s Battersea Junior School, unlike his elders.
Kate Middleton and Prince William: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge make a decision “for the good of the children”
This move seems beneficial for the family life of Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 40 years old. Indeed, the Windsor estate is close to Queen Elizabeth II of England, 96, as well as the parents of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, who live in Bucklebury, just 45 minutes from the house. In addition, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and their children, will be able to fully enjoy being together, until royal obligations fail! For children, safety is better. This also allows George, Charlotte and Louis to better blossom, in complete freedom. Moreover, according to Express.co, the Cambridges would like their children to be able to grow up in a normal environment.
Also according to the media, Kate Middleton and Prince William do not intend to make Windsor Castle their main residence. Indeed, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wish to settle permanently in Anmer Hall in Norfolk. “They love this place, it’s their favorite place,” confessed a friend of Prince William. According to him, it would even be their “home after the school years”.
Prince Louis of Cambridge © Avalon