Prince William and Kate's youngest child was born in April 2018Photo: Getty Images

Prince Louis’ education has been so different to Prince George and Princess Charlotte

The kids of the Prince and Princess of Wales are getting older quickly and appearing in public more frequently; in June, Prince Louis stole the show at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Compared to his older siblings, Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, the royal toddler, who turned four in April, has had a slightly different upbringing.


Prince Louis now attends Lambrook school
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George, Charlotte, and Louis had to switch schools after Prince William and Catherine relocated their young family to Adelaide Cottage on the Windsor estate over the summer.

Prior to the family’s relocation, it was anticipated that Louis would eventually enroll in Thomas’s Battersea school along with his older siblings.

George, Charlotte, and Louis started attending Lambrook Independent Preparatory School in September, which is close to Ascot.

Louis is the only member of his family who has spent the majority of his life living in and attending school in London up until that point.


William and Catherine’s Norfolk abode, Anmer Hall
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William, an RAF search and rescue pilot, and Catherine resided in Anglesey, a small island off the coast of Wales, from 2010 to 2013. Following William’s transfer to the East Anglia Air Ambulance, the then-Duke and Duchess of Cambridge moved to their Norfolk country estate, Anmer Hall, where Prince George was born in July 2013.

In May 2015, Princess Charlotte was born, and Catherine took pictures of their new daughter as they adapted to life as a family of four at Anmer Hall. In Norfolk, Prince George began his academic career in January 2016 at Westacre Montessori School Nursery.

The Queen gave the Prince and Princess their country estate as a wedding gift, and they remained there up until William worked his final shift with East Anglia Air Ambulance in July 2017.


King Charles hosted the royals at Sandringham
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Prior to Prince George’s 2017 start date at Thomas’s Battersea, the family relocated permanently to Kensington Palace. In 2019, his sister Charlotte did the same.

Prince Louis was born in April 2018, by which time the family had made London their home.

Louis didn’t start “big” school in London like his sister Charlotte did, but he did follow in her footsteps and attend Willcocks Nursery School from April 2021 until this summer.

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