Why Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis Aren’t First Royals to Attend Lambrook


Why Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis Aren't First Royals to Attend Lambrook

As the Duke and Duchess
of Cambridge’s move to Windsor draw nearer, it all change for their
children. It was announced on Monday that Prince George and Princess
Charlotte will be changing schools ahead of the new autumn term.

The siblings will be headed to
Lambrook School, close to their new residence in Windsor.

There will also be joined
by their younger brother, Prince Louis. However, this isn’t the first time
that royals have attended the school.

Back in the 1870s, two of
Queen Victoria’s grandsons, Prince Christian Victor and Prince Albert of
Schleswig-Holstein used to attend Lambrook. The monarch is even believed to
have turned up to watch their cricket matches!

Lambrook is a prep school for
boys and girls aged between the ages of three and 13 set in 52 acres in the
Berkshire countryside.

Prince George and Princess
Charlotte previously attended Thomas’ Battersea, close to their home
at Kensington Palace.

William and Kate are downsizing from their Kensington Palace home to the much
smaller Adelaide Cottage on the Windsor estate, which is a
four-bedroom property with no extra space for live-in staff.

The residence dates back to
1831 when it was built as a retreat for William IV’s wife Queen Adelaide of

The Grade II-listed home was
renovated in 2015, so should be in good condition for the Cambridges to move


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