Kate and William arouse parents’ ire at their children’s new school

In September, Kate Middleton and Prince William’s children will return to a new establishment. But the parents of the disciples are furious at the arrival of the crowned heads.

  • The Cambridges move from London to Berkshire
  • George, Charlotte and Louis receive training in Lambbrook
  • Parents of students hold onto the start of the new school year…

The students are not back at school yet because Lambbrook School is in full swing. And rightly so, in September the establishment welcomes the Crowned Heads, the children of Kate Middleton and Prince William. Trained at Thomas’s Battersea until last year, George, Charlotte and Louis are about to change schools since the Cambridges decided to move and leave London. But among the parents of students, this decision makes people cringe. The reason ? Waiting lists to enroll their child at the prestigious school have reportedly skyrocketed since the Duke and Duchess began considering sending their own child there. “We’ll see what happens – if it gets too crazy we won’t send our second child there”a parent explained to the Telegraaf.

Mixed preparatory schools are one of the few institutions that admit both boys and girls, which likely prompted the Duke and Duchess to prefer Lambrook over other nearby schools, British media reported. Tuition, which is linked to the student’s age, will be very expensive for Cambridge : £21,000 for Prince George, £19,000 for Princess Charlotte and £13,000 for Prince Louis. Lambrook principal Jonathan Perry said the school… “delighted” having been chosen by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for the return of their children: “We are delighted to have Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis join us and we look forward to welcoming the family and all of our new students to our school community.”

Kate and William: why are they leaving London?

After officially announcing their pick, Kate Middleton and Prince William had a few words for the former establishment where their three children were educated. “Their Royal Highnesses are extremely grateful to Thomas’s Battersea, where George and Charlotte have had a strong start to education since 2017 and 2019 respectively, and are delighted to have found a school for their three children who share the same philosophy and values ​​as those of the established order”we could read. This summer the entire Cambridges have moved from their home in Kensington Palace to Adelaide Cottage, in Berkshire, where they will be close to the Queen. According to a source close to the Crown, this new environment could provide young members of the royal family “more freedom” than in London.

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And rightly so, in September the establishment welcomes crowned heads, the children of Kate Middleton and Prince William

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George, Charlotte and Louis studied at Thomas’s Battersea until last year and are switching schools now that the Cambridges have decided to move and leave London

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But among the parents of students, this decision makes people cringe

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The reason ? Waiting lists to enroll their child at the prestigious school have reportedly skyrocketed since the Duke and Duchess began considering sending their own child there

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“We’ll see what happens – if it gets too crazy we won’t send our second child there,” one parent told the Telegraph.

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Mixed schools are one of the few institutions that admit both boys and girls, which is likely to have prompted the Duke and Duchess to choose Lambrook over other nearby schools, British media report

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Tuition, which is linked to the student’s age, will be very expensive for Cambridge

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This school costs £21,000 for Prince George, £19,000 for Princess Charlotte and £13,000 for Prince Louis

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Lambrook principal Jonathan Perry said the school was “elated” that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had chosen to send their children back to school.

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“We are delighted to have Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis join us and we look forward to welcoming the family and all of our new students to our school community.”

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After officially announcing their choice, Kate Middleton and Prince William had a few words for the former establishment where their three children were educated.

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“Their Royal Highnesses are extremely grateful to Thomas’s Battersea, where George and Charlotte have had a strong start to education since 2017 and 2019 respectively, and are delighted to have found a school for their three children who share the same philosophy and values ​​as those of the established order”

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This summer, the entire Cambridges moved out of their Kensington Palace home

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They put their boxes in Adelaide Cottage, in Berkshire, where they will be close to the Queen

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According to a source close to the Crown, this new environment should offer the young members of the royal family “more freedom” than in London.

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Kate and William get closer to Elizabeth II

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Kate and William have not explained why they are leaving London

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Kate and William’s children are going back to school in September

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Kate and William are happy parents

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Kate and William are happy parents

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