This Saturday Prince Louis, the youngest child of Prince William and Kate Middleton, will be turning four, and with that other important changes are getting closer.
Prince Louis is set to start school in September, and while the initial belief was that he would be joining his sister Princess Charlotte at Thomas’s Battersea, recent developments have reported that all three Cambridge children will be heading to a new school in Berkshire.
It is reported that William and Kate have been considering an imminent move to the Home Counties for some time, so they have already looked into new schools for Prince George as he turns nine this July.
According to the Daily Mail, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are hoping to enrol both Charlotte and Louis in the same school as their big brother.
Back in February, it was reported that the royal couple were really impressed by the independent preparatory school Lambrook, located near Ascot.
Besides that one, it is believed that the two royals have also looked at Ludgrove, an all-boys Berkshire boarding-only school, which is the school where Prince William and his brother Harry went to from ages 8 to 13, however, if the two are serious about enrolling all three children in the same school, that would put this one out of contention.
Reports of the family’s relocation hopes have been coming since last year, with their plans being described as having been “progressing rapidly” as they are keen on giving their children a normal upbringing and childhood as much as they can before the monumental change of ascending to the throne comes in the future.
At the moment the Cambridge family have their main base in London, Apartment 1A, which is located within Kensington Palace and has the dual role of being both their home and their office.
They also spend a lot of time, especially during school breaks and holidays, at their country home in Norfolk, Anmer Hall. This is where they spend most of the many lockdowns during the last two years.