Prince George finds himself second in the line of succession for the British throne, one place behind his father, Prince William. Over the coming years, his parents will teach him all the traits and skills necessary for him to become a good and fair king, though of course, no one knows when he might inherit the throne.

Interestingly, discussions concerning the monarchy and its right to exist have been ongoing for many years. There are folk in Britain that preferred that Charles never took the throne after his mother’s passing, and that the line of regents ended with Queen Elizabeth, for example.What that in mind it’s not too difficult to imagine a future wherein the Royal Family’s status and power faces increased threat. Indeed, if one historian is to be believed, Prince George might not ascend the throne at all.

Prince George was born on July 22, 2013. Of course, there was huge media interest in the little prince, and his birth was celebrated throughout the entire Commonwealth.

George started school at the Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk in early January 2016. He then transferred to Thomas’s Battersea School in September 2017, but as of this semester, the future king has gotten new classmates.

At the end of August, William and Kate announced that their kids were moving from their London schools to Lambrook School in Windsor.

“Their Royal Highnesses are hugely grateful to Thomas’s Battersea where George and Charlotte have had a happy start to their education since 2017 and 2019 respectively and are pleased to have found a school for all three of their children that shares a similar ethos and values to Thomas’s,” a statement read.

“We are delighted that Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will be joining us this coming September and very much look forward to welcoming the family, as we all as all of our new pupils, to our school community,” Jonathan Perry, headmaster at Lambrook, said.

It isn’t just any school the royal children are now attending. Lambrook has a tradition of royal pupils. In fact, two of Queen Victoria’s grandsons, Prince Christian Victor and Prince Albert of Schleswig-Holstein, were students there.

It provides a privileged education, too, with the annual fee for all three royal children estimated to be around $56,000, according to the BBC.

The school – which sits on 52 acres of countryside and has a nine-hole golf course and a swimming pool – says it aims to create “happy and thoughtful young adults who are global citizens.”

Moreover, there are even chickens, pigs, and bees on its grounds for pupils to look after.

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