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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Accompany Their Children to Lambrook School

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Lambrook School

On Wednesday, September 7, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge accompanied their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis to Lambrook School in Berkshire near their new home in Adelaide Cottage. 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived with their three siblings, who can be seen with their school uniform, for their settler day before the actual classes start today, September 8.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Lambrook School
First day of school ©Jonathan Brady PA images
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Lambrook School
©Jonathan Brady PA images

George and Louis wore school uniform in navy blue shorts and white polo, while Princess Charlotte wore a light blue dress, believed to be the school uniform for girls.

Lambrook School is a co-ed school near Windsor Castle, set in 50 acres of land and surrounded by trees and greenery and has impressive amenities fit for children who love sports and outdoor activities.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Lambrook School
©Jonathan Brady PA images

It was reported that Prince William and Kate were scouting school in Berkshire since April this year, which would allow their three children to be in one school campus.

Prince William's alma mater, Ludgrove, which he attended with Prince Harry when they were still in primary school, was out of the choices because it only accepts male students.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Lambrook School

The new school offers a pre-prep day classes, which allow the youngest, Prince Louis, to join his older siblings.

Unlike Prince William and Prince Harry, who were on a boarding school in their primary years, the three Cambridge children will be attending day classes.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Lambrook School

Prince William decided to move his children to Lambrook School to settle in a country life near his grandmother, The Queen's home, Windsor Castle.


Upon their arrival at school premises, they were greeted by the school's head master, Jonathan Perry, who shook hands with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

One noticeable thing is how Prince George grew up this fast! At 9 years old, he's almost on the level of his mother's shoulder.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Lambrook School
©Jonathan Brady PA images

Fees cost £4,389 a term for pre-prep pupils such as Louis, £6,448 per term for Years 3-4 like Charlotte, and £6,999 per term for George through Years 5-8, with an additional £1,481 per term for boarding for Y3-8.

It means the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be spending in excess of £50,000 a year on their children's private education. 

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