Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, will become pupils at Lambrook School near Bracknell when the Cambridges move to Adelaide Cottage on the Queen’s Windsor Estate. The independent school is home to 620 pupils and is situated on 52 acres.
Jonathan Perry, the headmaster at Lambrook School, said: “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 well as all of our new pupils, to our school community.”
The £20,000-a-year school has plenty of amenities on site, including a 25-metre swimming pool and even a nine-hole golf course.
The Cambridges’ children will also have the opportunity to tend chickens in the orchards.
If they opted to adopt this hobby it could bring them slightly closer to their cousins in the United States, 3-year-old Archie and 14-month-old Lilibet.
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Meghan Markle last year shared snaps of her son Archie tending chickens at their home in Montecito, California.
Archie was wearing a grey jumper, a pair of jeans and wellington boots that were decorated with Peppa Pig in the photograph.
He was also carrying a basket with him, ready to pick up some eggs that the chickens will have laid.
Despite announcing their move to Berkshire, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will retain Kensington Palace as their residence in the capital and continue to use Anmer Hall in Norfolk as another home.
The source told the Daily Mail: “Family time remains an absolute priority.
“William’s experience as a young boy, being shuttled between two parents, has left him determined to lay down solid foundations for his own brood.
“One, if not both of them, do the school drop-off or pick-up pretty much every day, and they always sit down to eat together as a family.
“He is a very doting and hands-on dad.
“The fact is, he knows what’s coming and wants them to have as normal a childhood as possible while they can.”