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Kate Middleton’s Heartbreaking Reaction to Prince William’s Decision Regarding George’s Future Revealed – Shocking Details Inside

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Although they are royalty, the lives of George, Charlotte, and Louis are as normal as they could be all thanks to William and Kate who teach them how to be hard-working, hang out with friends, and appreciate the fact that whether they love it or not they are privileged.

At present, the three siblings are attending the prestigious Lambrook school where they are learning how to take care of animals, participating in various sports, and attending lessons. According to royal expert Jennie Bond, Prince William and Princess Kate want their children, George, Charlotte, and Louis, to be aware of the privilege that comes with their upbringing and have a sense of empathy, charity, and responsibility. This is in line with the parenting style of Princess Diana, as they want their children to recognize their good fortune and avoid taking it for granted.

Currently, all three children are on their autumn half-term holidays from school, which began on October 13 and will last until October 31. During this time, Kate will take a short break from her public royal engagements to spend more time with her children. However, Prince William is set to attend the Earthshot Prize Award, while Kate will stay home to support George as he prepares for his exams.

As the children grow up, Kate and William will have to make decisions about their future. Recently, Prince George was seen touring Eton College, the college where both his father and uncle attended. Although Eton’s tuition fee is around £46,000 ($59,000) per year, Prince George will not join the school until he turns 13. However, children have to be registered for the school during the year they turn 10, according to the school’s website.

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According to The Express’ royal correspondent, Richard Palmer, if George attends Eton College, it would say a lot about Kate. He finds it fascinating because Princess Diana spent much of her life talking about giving children a better start in life and reducing inequality, and her children are attending a fee-paying independent school that is almost certain to lead to an expensive fee-paying boarding school later on.

Former BBC royal expert Jennie Bond spoke about the school choices for William and Catherine’s children, stating that their decision would reveal a lot about the couple’s parenting style. Bond believes that William and Catherine have been very hands-on parents so far, and she suggests that it would be sad to see their children attend a boarding school. She applauds the decision to keep their children as day pupils at schools nearby their home. However, both William and Catherine enjoyed their boarding school experience, so they might want to pass this experience on to their children.

Bond also believes that William and Catherine will make an all-or-nothing decision when it comes to sending their children to boarding school. She will be cheering loudly if they decide to keep their children close and nurture them through their adolescence, just as they did in their young years.

Prince William started studying at Eton in 1995 and became the first senior royal to attend the school in history. Three years later, Prince Harry followed in his brother’s footsteps. In an interview with Anderson Cooper, Harry admitted that William’s request to pretend they didn’t know each other at school hurt him. They had a similar traumatic experience but dealt with it differently.

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In his book, Spare, Harry revealed more details about Eton College. William told Harry that Eton was his “sanctuary,” where he could get away from his little brother’s questions and social circle. Kate has mixed emotions regarding the choice of school, but only because it’s a boarding school. She was bullied at her first boarding school and doesn’t want George to experience the same. Although George would be able to visit his family on weekends, Kate is still worried that she will miss him dearly. An insider added that it seems as if her family is being torn apart.

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