All three children of Prince William, 40, and Duchess Kate, 40, will be moving to the prestigious Lambrook School near Ascot, Berkshire, next school year, which costs £21,000 (about €24,000) a year. But contrary to what one might think, not all parents who have children at school are looking forward to the prominent addition.
Rather, some fear that the enrollment of Prince George (9), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4) at the expense of the “relaxed atmosphere” on site. There is talk of “lots of security personnel and armed police officers hiding in the trees”, of automatic gates and guards on the premises and in the corridors. The security measures could change the 52-hectare piece of idyllic landscape, the concern.
“A lot of parents are pissed off. They are concerned that with all the security measures in place, the feel and atmosphere of the school will change. Many of us worry that things like the Christmas service are becoming more formal and not the nice, relaxed affair they used to be,” the Mirror quoted concerned parents as saying.
However, it is also said that most members of the school community are expected to be delighted with the arrival of the royal family at the school.
The palace previously announced that William and Kate will be moving with their family from Kensington Palace in central London to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor. This is accompanied by a change of school.
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