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Prince Louis: The big challenge Kate Middleton’s youngest child will soon face

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Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge have children Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two. William and Kate have been homeschooling their children during lockdown, while Louis is too young to have started education.

Kate has admitted she felt guilty after continuing George and Charlotte’s lessons during the Easter holiday.

She told BBC Breakfast: ”Don’t tell the children, we’ve actually kept it going through the holidays. I feel very mean.”

However, this week, Louis’ older siblings returned to school at Thomas’s Battersea in London for the new term.

George’s schools fees are £7,520 per term in Middle School.

Charlotte’s fees are slightly cheaper as the second child of the same family attending the school, and pays £6,560 per term.

But little Louis is also facing a huge challenge soon.

Prince Louis is due to start nursery in January 2021.

The young royal will be two-and-a-half-year-old at this point, the same age as his siblings were when they started nursery.

Prince George attended Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk when the family lived there.

Charlotte went to Wilcocks Nursery School in London as the Cambridges moved to the grounds of Kensington Palace.

Princess Charlotte started in January 2018.

Kensington Palace has not yet revealed where the young Prince will attend nursery.

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However, it’s likely he will follow Charlotte and attend Willcocks Nursery School.

The school was founded in 1964 by Miss Diana Willcocks and has been at its current location in the church hall of Holy Trinity Church, Prince Consort Road, London since 1984.

The location is only a stone’s throw away from the Cambridges’ London home.

On its website, Willcocks write of its early years learning: “The most important aspect of the school is that the children are happy.

“We feel that it is extremely important for children to enjoy their first experience of school life and that they are prepared for what comes next.

“By nurturing inquisitive minds and fostering a love of learning the children are encouraged and supported as they develop key skills that prepare them for the next stage of their developmental journey.

“We teach lifelong learning behaviours: kindness, collaboration, independence and personal discovery and we aim for high standards, excellence and good manners.

“All children are given stimulating resources and the time to learn.”

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