Royal parents, Kate Middleton and Prince William, have reportedly found a school for Prince George in London. The 3-year-old third-in-line to the British throne will supposedly attend Wetherby School, which costs $8,000 (£6,500) per term.
According to the Daily Mail, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will soon be leaving their Norfolk home and moving to Kensington Palace in London as their royal duties will require more of their time. With the new and more permanent setup, they have also looked into potential schools for Prince George.
Even though no official confirmation has been made, the royal couple has apparently registered Prince George at the Wetherby School. It is situated near their home and would be a 15-minute walk from Kensington. According to Huffington Post, this is the same school that Princes William and Harry went to as little children.
Wetherby School is an all-boys institution that welcomes 250 kids every year. The children wear red blazers and ties over crisp white shirts and dark blue shorts or pants as their uniform. They also have grey caps and socks.
Students from this prep school eventually enter Eton, Westminster and St. Paul's, according to the Express Observer. The institution was built in 1849 and stands just right near the Pembridge Square Garden, a popular site for kids and families.
According to the Telegraph, Prince William might have to also give up his regular job if he needs to focus on his royal duties full time. "He has his job as an Air Ambulance pilot, which he enjoys very much, but he also wants to take on more royal duties, as does the Duchess," a spokesperson told the news outlet. His employment contract as a helicopter pilot will supposedly end in March 2017.
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