The role Prince William will take on when Prince George and Princess Charlotte start their new school

Prince William will drive Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to their new school when they move to Winsdor

Prince William driving to school
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Prince William is set to take on the morning school run when his children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis start at Lambrook school next month.

  • The young royals' move from Thomas's Battersea to Lambrook School comes as the Cambridge family move to Windsor.
  • The annual cost of sending their children to the prep school will cost around £53,628.
  • This follows royal news that Prince Harry ‘proved people wrong’ and showed he and Meghan Markle 'don’t want to be high profile'.

The Cambridge children will travel a 14-mile round journey each day from the royal home William and Kate have chosen in Windsor Great Park and the couple will reportedly share the duty of running their children to and from the school.

But it is William who will take on the morning school run, driving his children to the £7k a term school each day.

Lambrook School - a co-educational Prep School for 615 boys and girls aged 3-13 - is set in 52 acres of countryside, has its very own Orchard complete with bees, chickens, and even pigs. 

There is also woodland for the little ones to explore, a nine-hole golf course, a 25-metre swimming pool, a cricket pitch, squash courts and a dance studio, so there's no doubt the Cambridges will have a lovely time there.

It was revealed some months ago that Prince William and Duchess Catherine were planning a big move to a property on the Windsor Castle estate. It is rumored that the couple will be relocating their family to Adelaide Cottage a property that will be much closer to the Queen than their apartment in Kensington Palace.

Although Kate Middleton and Prince William have their ‘hands full’ with their Windsor move, they are still reportedly 'ready' to leave London. But there will be some huge changes taking place which will be changing the way that the Cambridge children have been raised so far. 

Prince William driving to school

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Although the move will be a big change for the children, especially with starting a new school, they will be much closer to their family. 

The Queen spends a great deal of time at her Windsor home, and Kate Middleton's parents live in Bucklebury in Berkshire, which means the children will be able to see their grandparents and royal great-grandmother whenever they please.

We can't wait to see the Cambridge children's first day of school!

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