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Prince George has a new preschool! Prince William and Kate Middleton, parents to Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 22 months, announced the news Friday via Kensington Palace’s Twitter account: “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have announced that Prince George will attend Thomas’s Battersea School in London from September 2017.” The little prince, who turns 4 on July 22, will attend the private school, which has 540 students between the ages of 4 and 13, costs $22,000 per year, and boasts the motto “Be kind.” Model Cara Delevingne and singer Florence Welch are reportedly former students. According to a story published by ABC News, principal Ben Thomas previously penned a letter to parents explaining Prince George’s arrival. “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided on P
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While some things change, others stay the same. When Prince William went to his first day of nursery school, more than 100 reporters stood at the schoolhouse gates to watch Princess Diana and Prince Charles drop off their older son at Mrs. Mynors' Nursery School. It was the first time a member of the royal family had attended nursery school outside of Buckingham Palace, and it certainly was quite the sight. The royal couple chose to send their son to a Montessori school, a method that balances work and play and encourages children to develop at their own rate. The method might have stuck with Wills, as he and wife Kate Middleton opted to send their son, Prince George, to Westacre Montessori School for nursery. Of course, Prince George's first day differed drastically from that of his f...
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to send Prince George to £6,000 per term London school THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to send Prince George to £6,000 per term pre-prep school Thomas’s Battersea in September, William and Kate sprung a major surprise today by announcing that their son would not be attended Wetherby, the pre-prep school in west London attended by the Duke of Cambridge and his brother Prince Harry. A key difference between Thomas’s and Wetherby is that the royal couple’s choice for their son is co-educational, whereas Wetherby caters only for boys. Kensington Palace said in a statement: “Their Royal Highnesses are delighted to have found a school where they are confident George will have a happy and successful start to his education.” Ben Thomas, headmaster at Thom
Kensington Palace is getting a makeover, but it won’t mean much for Prince William and Princess Kate. Upcoming renovations to Kensington Palace will not affect Apartment 1A, where William, Kate and their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte live and will be spending more time in come this fall. Instead, the part of the palace that is open to tourists is the one that’s getting the upgrade, a representative for Historic Royal Palaces tells PEOPLE. “Independent charity Historic Royal Palaces cares for the State Apartments at Kensington Palace which attract 400,000 visitors every year,” says the representative. “We hope to create a new building behind the Orangery restaurant at Kensington Palace.” William and Kate share their London abode with a few others royal family me
If you spend a lot of time looking at photos of Prince William and his 3-year-old son, Prince George (as we most definitely do), you might have noticed that the Duke of Cambridge often kneels down while talking to his son. He did it at Princess Charlotte's christening ... The Queen might not have appreciated Prince William using this parenting technique in such a formal setting, but according to the experts, the Duke of Cambridge's squatting trick is one all parents could stand to steal. When the Duke of Cambridge crouches down to Prince George's level, he's able to look into the toddler's eyes. Experts consider this to be an "active listening" technique, People reports, and it can help children feel like what they're saying really matters to their parents. Chi...
Tread lightly in those wedges, Kate Middleton. The Duchess of Cambridge's style rarely goes unnoticed—ever heard of the Kate effect? But as of late, one of her staple fashion fixtures has gone missing: Her wedges.The once integral part of Kate's footwear collection seems to be on an extended hiatus, and there may be a good explanation as to why. A source dished to Vanity Fair saying Queen Elizabeth II isn't a fan of wedged shoes and it's well known among the women in the family. Source: YOUTUBE Tags: Queen Elizabeth, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte
It’s a big year for Kate Middleton and Prince William: The royal couple is moving their family to Kensington Palace, scouting out preschools, and taking a whirlwind family vacation. A few weeks ago, the couple announced a two-day trip to Paris for the 20th anniversary of the death of William’s mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, who died in a car crash in the City of Light. It’s unclear whether Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 1, will accompany their parents to Germany and Poland, but the kids have experience mingling with diplomats: In 2016, they attended a garden party in British Columbia’s Government House, where Charlotte innocently sat on a dog named Moose and George played with bubbles. And in 2014, during the royal tour to Australia and New Zealand, George visited a zoo,
Kate Middleton Motherhood Problems: Duchess Of Cambridge Seeks Help From Parenting Website? There is no shame in getting some help on the side, even if it is from a website, proved Kate Middleton. Prince William recently revealed that the Duchess of Cambridge might be using the parenting website, Mumsnet, to get rid of her motherhood struggles. Mumsnet is an online chat site for first-time mothers facing parenting problems and also experienced mothers, sharing stories about their success and failures as mothers. With postpartum depression on the rise among modern parents, websites like these help young mothers never lose sight of the goal, that is, to bring up their children in a healthy atmosphere, with good morals. Kate Middleton may be the future Queen of England, but she is a ...