The kings and queens of the world send their children to the best schools, whether near or abroad. According to one expert, taking their children to school now “does not seem to be an option”.
The sons and daughters of Prince George and Princess Charlotte, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, will return to school next week when the Easter holidays end for English youth. Members of the royal family attend Thomas Prep School in Battersea, south-west London.
A parenting expert explained to Express.co.uk why some royal parents send their children to boarding schools while others do not.
Jumaimah Hussein also highlighted why he thinks Cambridge will never follow conventions and send their children to school.
For eight years, William and Harry attended Ludragov School, then boarding school at Eaton College.
But their children cannot suffer the same fate.
According to Zumaima, royal parents want their children to receive the highest education.
“Sending their kids to boarding school keeps them out of the public eye and away from the paparazzi.”
“William and Kate have a modern approach to parenting and they are generally admired for their calm and regular parenting style,” Zumaimah said.
In order to provide their children with the most regular existence possible, Kate and William are less likely to consider sending them to boarding school.
Zumaimah says Kate and William’s parenting style suggests they won’t send their kids too far to school.
They spend meaningful time with their kids, connecting in many ways, including simple family moments like playing outside, which would be impossible if they went to school, he added.
Maybe it will be possible when the kids grow up.
“Prince William and Prince Harry, as well as Prince Charles when they were young, all went to boarding school at the age of eight,” said the parenting expert.
In honor of Prince George’s eighth birthday, Prince William and Kate Middleton He seems to be breaking the rules again by not sending her to boarding school.
So George will only go to boarding school if he chooses and it will be a family decision, not like the previous generation.
Princess Charlotte is six and Prince Louis is three.
Royal children are sent to the country’s top schools.
Some royal families, such as Queen Letizia and King Philip VI of Spain, send their children to boarding schools abroad.
Princess Leoner, their eldest daughter, is now studying for her IB at UWC Atlantic College in Glamorgan Valley, South Wales.
UWC Atlantic College is a school that offers extracurricular activities such as tai chi and rock climbing, as well as the opportunity to meet students from around the world.
Many aristocratic and royal families send their children to school, which is located in a medieval castle of the 12th century.