Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are the three children of Kate Middleton and Prince William. They are still young, and Prince Louis was born this year, but we can speculate what the future hold in store for them, at least when it comes to attending college.
William and Kate went to the University of St. Andrews
You probably already know this tale, but still, we can remind you that Kate and William met while they both attended University of St. Andrews. They were friends at first, but when Will saw Kate in a fashion show, he fell in love with her. Kate was supposed to attend the University of Edinburgh, but she ended up taking a gap year before continuing with her education at St. Andrews. Some even say that she knew William was going to attend St. Andrews, and she decided to wait so she could meet him.
The kids already go to prestigious schools
Kate and William already choose schools for their children. George and Charlotte are both enrolled in the prestigious schools. George’s first attended at Westacre Montessori in Norfolk, and in 2017, he started at Thomas Battersea. Charlotte began school in 2017, at Willcocks Nursery School. Some speculate that Louis will also attend Willcocks, but he’s too young to begin any formal education.
A school that fits their children’s needs
Some say that Will and Kate chose Willcocks for Charlotte because it was closer to the palace and because it was a better fit Charlotte’s needs. People stated that George’s school was rumored to be a little chaotic, which didn’t fit well for what they wanted for Charlotte. Will and Kate decided to find a school which was closer and quieter.
They might end up at St. Andrews
There doesn’t seem to be any particular royal rule about where should you go to college. Most women in the royal family don’t even go to college, and it is possible that Charlotte might end up not attending college at all. It is too soon to start speculating that the kids will end up at St. Andrews, but if it goes in this direction, the children might end up in school they desire to go, and something that will fit their needs the best.
Source: Cheat Sheet