The Cambridge family are on the move. Prince William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are officially moving to Windsor. The move will not only have them be closer to Her Majesty The Queen, but it means the children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, will be changing schools. The family will be moving into the four-bedroom Adelaide Cottage on the grounds of Windsor Castle.
Rather than have their two eldest children go to one school and their youngest child goes to another, the three Cambridge kids will attend the same school. Their new school will be the Lambrook School in Berkshire. They will be enrolled as day students, allowing them to return home in the afternoons to be with their parents.
George and Charlotte attended Thomas Battersea. The future king started in 2017, while the future princess royal began in 2019, according to 9Honey. Remember that photo of George and Charlotte standing on the steps together? We do. They were super adorable.
The Lambrook School is a private school that also serves as a boarding school, which the Cambridge kids may become when they’re older. The school has a golf course complete with beekeeping and other animal-related activities. It also encourages its students to get muddy. Oh, we’re willing to bet the children will love that as they all enjoy being out in the great outdoors.
Moreover, George, Charlotte, and Louis’ love of the outdoors has run through both sides of the family. Their parents are very sporty, and their maternal grandmother, Carole Middleton, is known to take them into the garden with her. Their paternal grandfather, Prince Charles, is a keen gardener, as is their paternal step-grandmother, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
Finally, Prince William is well-known for playing polo. Catherine has played many sports, including hockey.