A royal welcome – Prince Louis starts brand new Windsor school with George and Charlotte

Prince Louis received a very royal welcome at his brand new Windsor school with siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The trio children of Prince William and Kate Middleton are embarking on their latest adventure, starting at Lambrook school.

The private establishment is a leading co-educational prep school located in the Berkshire countryside, just a short journey from the Cambridges' new home at Adelaide Cottage.

The royal children were greeted by their new headmaster on their first day at their new school.

The institution costs up to £6,999 term, with all three children attending the school the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are likely to be forking out over £50,000 a year.

The Cambridges escorted their children hand in hand today, as the happy family marked the start of a new chapter in their lives.

The boys were sporting shorts and a shirt whilst Charlotte was wearing a dress as they were spotted in their new school uniform for the first time.

George and Charlotte will be attending the school six days a week. The school is open on Saturday morning for all students and in the afternoon for those competing in sporting activities. Meanwhile, Louis will escape lessons on Saturday as he is in pre-prep.

The school will be a safe heaven for the Cambridge children as the official policy says: "Lambrook School is committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all of its pupils so they can learn in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. Bullying of any kind is unacceptable at Lambrook."

Lambrook boasts 52 acres of land, rugby pitches, cricket wickets, netball courts and a nine hole golf course. It also has an Olympic grade swimming pool as well as woodlands and an orchard with bees, chickens and pigs.

The institution also states: "During their time with us, we give our pupils the ‘Feathers to Fly’ so that when they leave us, they will spread their wings and will take flight; leaving Lambrook as confident, happy, engaging, mature, considerate and thoughtful young adults who are outward looking global citizens."

Despite the school offering boarding, both permanent and flexible, Prince Louis, Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be sleeping at their new Windsor home.

The Cambridges have always had a live-in nanny. However, as the family downsized in their move the nanny will now live close by, but not with the royal children.

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