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Kate and William chose George, Louis and Charlotte’s school for ‘critical detail’

Kate and William chose school for 'key detail' says expert

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Earlier this month, it was reported that William, Kate and their three children will be moving to Windsor in September, ahead of the new school term. Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are all set to be starting at Lambrook School and, according to Rachie Bowie and Roberta Fiorito, hosts of podcast Royally Obsessed, the Cambridges chose the school for their children for one specific reason.

Ms Fiorito said: “There’s a lot of conversation about why the Cambridges chose Lambrook.

“When they could have chosen Ludgrove, or St Andrew’s at Pangbourne, which is where Kate went to.”

She added: “Lambrook is known for these values, which are kindness, courtesy, curiosity and creativity.”

Ms Fiorito went on say this is a school that allows all three kids to be in the same place”, which she describes as a “critical detail”.

Ms Fiorito continued: “It gives them that orbit that is very close to home and I can imagine that was a really key detail.”

The family-of-five are going to be moving from London’s Kensington Palace to Adelaide Cottage.

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The four-bedroom home is situated in the grounds of Windsor Castle, Berkshire, and is around 25 miles from London.

The family will also be closer to the Queen, who currently resides full-time at Windsor Castle.

Kate’s parents also live close to the family’s new residence.

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Speaking recently on the Daily Express’ Royal Round-Up, royal correspondent Richard Palmer said William and Kate “want their kids to have as normal upbringing as possible”.

He added that Adelaide Cottage is a sense of “normality compared to Kensington Palace”.

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