Prince William and Kate Middletons weekends will change when royal kids start at Lambrook

The end of the summer holiday is nearing which means a return to school for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

But this September the royal children will be attending a different school as the family moves up to the Windsor estate.

Private co-educational institution Lambrook School, in Berkshire, near Ascot, is the Cambridge children's new school. As well as boasting a wide range of subjects and sporting activities there are also weekend commitments.

The school offers students to attend on Saturday's as well.

Yes, six days a week.

Prince Louis, 4, is just in pre-prep school at the moment and will have his weekends free for now. A luxury that Prince George, 9 and Princess Charlotte 7, can only wish for.

Prince William and Kate will be getting their moneys worth of education, as the fees for Lambrook are £50,000 per year for all three of kids.

Lambrook's website states: "Saturday School takes place each week, followed by an afternoon of sports fixtures for all pupils in Year 5 and above."

It means then that both Charlotte and George could attend school each Saturday morning, while George, who is going into Year 5, will then have sporting events on Saturday afternoons too.

The school website says of their sporting offering: "At Prep level, pupils take part in football, rugby, hockey, athletics, netball and cricket. Cricket and football are now both compulsory for our girls and we have had some fantastic success in these disciplines."

Lambrook also boasts more sports, including: lacrosse, trampolining, badminton, squash, tennis, swimming, basketball and skiing.

Now, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will have more freedom on their weekends for both royal duties and time spent together in the new abode in Windsor, with the addition of little Prince Louis too, of course.

Although the Cambridge family may have a little less time together on weekends, private school holidays are far longer.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be able to spend three weeks with their children over Easter, three weeks over Christmas and a much longer summer break too. As well as the regular half term breaks.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are moving their family from the Kensington Palace to Adelaide Cottage this September. The new home will be a considerable downsize to the London residence.

For the first time since Prince George was born, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be without a live-in nanny. All bedrooms in the house on the Windsor estate will be taken up by members of the family.

Despite relinquishing the nanny of her live-in duties, Ms Borrallo will live close by and still play an active role in looking after the children.

The Cambridge's are planning on keeping their Norfolk home, where they spend plenty of time. The holiday residence has a swimming pool and tennis courts.


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