Where Will William and Kate’s Kids Go To College?
Prince William and Kate Middleton have three adorable children together: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. And while the kids may be young, we can’t help but speculate what the future holds for these little ones. Do Will and Kate already have an idea of where they hope their children will go to college?
Will and Kate both attended University of St. Andrews
Will and Kate met while studying at the University of St. Andrews. Kate reportedly caught Will’s eye early on in the first semester. But she began dating a law student and Will began dating another young woman, so although the two were friends, they weren’t anything more for a while. But according to Bustle, when Will saw Kate walk in a fashion show, he changed his mind about her — and supposedly, that’s where it all started. Kate actually nearly attended the University of Edinburgh but changed her mind after deciding to take a gap year. Some have suspected that she knew Will would be attending St. Andrews and wanted the chance to get close with him.
Their children have only enrolled in the most prestigious schools
Will and Kate have only chosen the best schools for their children. And that comes as no surprising, considering they’re the most famous little kids in the world. Money appears to be no object as far as tuition cost, so George and Charlotte are both enrolled in upscale institutions. George began his education at Westacre Montessori in Norfolk. Then, in 2017, he started at Thomas Battersea. Charlotte, who began school in 2017, attended Willcocks Nursery School. Some speculate that Louis will also attend Willcocks, but he’s too young to begin any formal education.
But Will and Kate seem to tailor each school to fit each child’s needs
It came as a surprise to many when Charlotte did not follow in her brother’s footsteps and attend the same school as him. The royal family loves tradition, so most thought this little family would start one of their own when it comes to school. But rumor has it that Will and Kate chose Willcocks for Charlotte because it was closer to the palace and a better fit Charlotte’s needs. According to People, those familiar with George’s school have said it’s a bit chaotic, which didn’t fit well for what they wanted for Charlotte. Will and Kate opted to send her somewhere closer and quieter.
The children may end up at Will and Kate’s alma mater — or somewhere that better fits their needs
It doesn’t appear that the family has any specific royal tradition as to where the children should go to college. After all, Harry and Will did not attend the same university, either. But Will and Kate did both graduate from St. Andrews, so it wouldn’t surprise anyone if the children were pushed in that direction. Most royal women don’t attend college to begin with, so it’s possible that Charlotte may forego the opportunity entirely. While it’s definitely too early to tell where the kids will end up, St. Andrews seems like the top prospect at the moment. But it’s evident that depending on what each child prefers, they won’t be forced by tradition to attend any specific school.
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