Prince George has had a trial day at an institution situated close to Windsor, which seems to have been at the top of the Duke and Duchess’ list.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have been rumoured to be looking for a new school for their three children as they are planning on relocating, and the latest reports look promising.
This isn’t the first time the Cambridges have visited this particular institution on their journey to decide where Prince George, eight, should continue his schooling alongside siblings Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, who is only four and is due to begin his education in September.
Reports have said that the teachers have arranged a trial class for the young royal and they were “amused and relieved” when he wasn’t recognised by the pupils present.
Prince George currently attends Thomas’s Battersea Prep School alongside his younger sister Princess Charlotte and has been since September 2017 when he was first enrolled.
Cambridge’s relocation hopes are motivated by their hopes to give their children as normal a childhood as possible, and their plans are said to be “progressing rapidly” since they were first revealed last year.
The family are currently headquartered mainly in Kensington Palace’s Apartment 1A in London as a home-office setup. They also spend a good chunk of their time in their country home Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
It has certainly been a busy time for the royals, the Duke and Duchess have also just released a new set of photos to celebrate Prince Louis’ fourth birthday!