Prince Louis to be supported by Prince George and Charlotte as he reaches huge milestone

Prince Louis could hit this milestone alongside his siblings as the Cambridges are reportedly considering a big decision...

Prince Louis could hit several milestones this year, seen here alongside William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge on the balcony of Buckingham Palace
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Prince Louis could reportedly be supported by his older siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte as he reaches a major milestone later this year.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s youngest child might have only just had his 4th birthday but it seems like 2022 could be full of even more huge moments for Prince Louis. With the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend fast approaching, it’s thought that at least some of the Queen’s great-grandchildren could make an appearance during the celebrations. This could include Prince Louis as the Cambridge children could play a starring role, making this his first Jubilee experience.

Now it seems like another big milestone could be just around the corner for the 4-year-old as it’s been claimed that he might be set to join his siblings at school. Currently Prince Louis attends Willcocks Nursery School whilst Princess Charlotte and Prince George’s school is Thomas's Battersea. 

But according to the Daily Mail, in September Prince Louis could start at a new school with them close to their loved ones.

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Following the rumors that Kate Middleton and Prince William could move to Windsor to be near the Queen, the publication has alleged that the couple is still looking to move to Berkshire. They added that it’s understood the Cambridges are exploring the possibility of having all three of their children at a co-educational establishment.

This suggests that when Prince Louis hits the milestone of attending school he could have the support of Prince George and Princess Charlotte at school alongside him, if not in actually in the same class. 

Prince William and Kate Middleton are said to have been spotted out and about touring multiple schools in the Berkshire area. Whilst multiple sources have also supposedly suggested to the Mail that the parents-of-three are hoping to find one with all facilities on campus and out of town. 

“Word is that all three children will be leaving their London schools. William and Kate, in particular, love the idea of their family growing up not far from her own childhood home,” one source reportedly alleged. 

Princess Charlotte arrives for her first day of school, with her brother Prince George and her parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

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“They are both country people at heart and Kate spends so much time with her family anyway. It makes perfect sense for them to all be at the same school together. If all three children are at school in Berkshire together it also means George wouldn’t have to board," they added.

The source continued, “The talk is that if they don’t find a suitable place with the Queen at Windsor, they are likely to end up if not necessarily right next to Bucklebury, not far off it. They have been discreetly viewing potential properties in recent months.”

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge and Prince Louis of Cambridge clap for NHS carers

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Prince William and Kate Middleton have yet to confirm or address the speculation regarding a possible Berkshire move. However, if the couple do take the plunge and relocate to the Duchess’ childhood home county then it could potentially mean they spend much less time at their current homes, Anmer Hall in Norfolk and Kensington Palace in London. 

It would also allow the kids to grow up nearer their Middleton grandparents, Michael and Carole, as well as Her Majesty, providing them with plenty of opportunities to spend quality time with family away from the royal spotlight.

Emma Shacklock

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