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All the royally sweet details of George, Charlotte and Louis’ new school

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are about to be the new kids at school!

Prince William and Kate MiddletonThe three children are preparing to start at a new school as the family moves to Windsor, according to a press release shared with E! New. From September, the trio will attend Lambbrook School in Berkshire.

And it looks like Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, will have all the facilities they need to develop their studies.

So what exactly does the institution have to offer? According to its website, the Lambrook School is equipped with a 25-meter swimming pool, a performing arts center, a nine-hole golf course and even a space for students to do only one with nature.

The estate has its own orchard with chickens, rabbits, pigs, lambs that visit the property and bees for beekeeping. According to the Lambbrook School, interaction with animals aims to “equip children with practical skills, a better understanding of animal welfare and the food industry”.

Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Prince Louis at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

But the activities do not stop there. After all, the school sits on 52 acres of lush land. Additionally, students have the opportunity to enjoy scuba diving, filmmaking, fencing, and more.

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Before becoming pupils of Lambbrook School, George and Charlotte had been enrolled at St Thomas’s Battersea Prep School since 2017 and 2019, respectively.

In the midst of their move, the principal of Thomas’s London Day Schools, Ben Thomasshared in a statement, “We wish them much happiness and success in their upcoming schools and beyond.”

By the way, it looks like the royal family has found a wonderful place to pursue their success.

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