School Rocks! The Royal Family Is Quite Serious About Education And Raising Their Children The Right Way
August 13, 2018 13:33 By Fabiosa
The British Royal family has always placed a high priority on education and most members of the family have at least one higher degree. Notably, Prince Charles is the first royal heir to have a university degree.
In many ways, he paved the way for future royal children, previously becoming the first heir to sit for GCE O-levels after attending a Scottish public school. His sister Anne, Princess Royal attended a boarding school.
Apart from their education, royals have always had markedly different ways of raising their children. Queen Elizabeth II would not travel with her children when they were younger, but Princess Diana was quite the opposite.
She would take young Prince William and Prince Harry with her on official tours. In 1983, she took the boys on a six-week tour of Australia and New Zealand to the delight of her millions of fans.
Following her example, Prince William often travels with his children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Here they return with their mother Kate Middleton from a tour of Canada in 2016.
As far as schools go, the new royals are following their own traditions. Little George was sent to a little-heard-of primary school in southwest London. Apparently, his parents were not keen on the added attention he would receive if he attended an exclusive school.
Little Princess Charlotte began school in January this year at Willcocks Nursery School in London. With tuition being quite reasonable and the school being located close to Kensington Palace, the toddler has the best of both worlds.
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