Kate and William 'planning move to London' as Prince George set to attend same prep school as his father
Published 27/03/2016 | 11:35
Kate Middleton and Prince William could be headed for a permanent move to London.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge currently enjoy a secluded life at their estate Amner Hall in Norfolk, but the couple's future plans for Prince George might be giving away their next move.
The two-year-old is reportedly set to attend Wetherby Preparatory School when he finishes Montessori, according to the Daily Mail. It's the same school his father Prince William and uncle Prince Harry attended and is located near Kensington Palace, where the royals also have an apartment.
He is currently enrolled in Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk, but a move in his education would require a permanent move to London and an expectation of fulfilling royal duties full-time.
The pair have been keeping their son's life as normal as possible, even reportedly inviting George's friends from playschool over for playdates.
“Kate and William will be getting involved in Prince George's nursery life,” a source told Bella magazine.
“They won't ever want him to feel isolated or different from the other children, so that means plenty of play dates with his classmates.
“Kate and William are very sociable and want to get involved in all aspects of his nursery life, which includes meeting his new friends. There would be security checks on parents coming into their home and personal 'family areas' of the estate would be out of bounds, but there are plenty of communal areas where George's friends can visit."
Meanwhile, Kate is celebrating Easter with George, little Princess Charlotte, her siblings Pippa and James, parents Carole and Michael, while William is in Kenya to attend the wedding of good friend, and former flame, Jecca Craig.