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PRINCE HARRY and Meghan Markle have sparked fierce backlash after announcing their return to the UK.

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Prince Louis has left his £14,500 London nursery to attend eye-watering £17,556 school

PRINCE LOUIS is set to begin primary school this September and has left his London nursery, where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent £14,500 a year for the young royal to attend.

Prince Louis will reportedly join his siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince George at a new primary school this year as Kate and Willian will be moving to Berkshire to be closer to the Queen.

It will be the first time the three royal siblings will attend the same school.

Prince George began his education at the Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk near the royal family estate Anmer Hall.

Both Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis attended Willcocks Nursery School in London, where it costs £14,500 a year per student to attend.

The Nursery describes itself on its website as: “A traditional nursery school which strives to maintain its ethos for high standards, excellence and good manners.”

The Cambridge’s will be attending Lambrook School in Berkshire in September, which is close to Windsor Castle.

It has been reported that Kate and William have visited the school several times this year and the Prince even spoke to students in attendance about their Latin classes.

The new primary school increases its fees for children as they move up through their classes, which means that the Cambridge children will cost £71,344.

As he is just starting primary school, Prince Louis’ education will cost £17,556, Princess Charlotte’s will cost £25,792 and the highest fees will be Prince George’s classes, which will cost £27, 996 per year.

Princess Anne’s three word response to armed man during horrific 1974 kidnapping attempt

PRINCESS ANNE celebrated her 72nd birthday on Monday, with many royals congratulating her on the big day.

However, it was in 1974 when she was returning from a charity event that the Princess Royal faced what must surely be the most terrifying moment of her life.

As she was travelling back to Buckingham Palace along the mall, the car she was in was shot at as another car blocked the way.

Ian Ball, who was driving the car blocking the Princess Royal’s car, got out and attempted to kidnap her.

Mr Ball shot the chauffeur Alex Callender and security officer James Beaton along with a press photographer Brian McConnell who attempted to intervene.

The Princess Royal was then confronted by Mr Ball who was planning to ask for a £2million ransom who told the royal to get out of the car.

He claimed that he wanted the money to donate it to the NHS.

However, in defiant fashion the Princess responded “not bloody likely.”

Talking about the horrifying ordeal in a documentary two years ago marking her 70th birthday, the Princess Royal said that she remembers each moment “like photographs”.

She told ITV’s Anne: The Princess Royal at 70 that she had vivid memories of the incident but wasn’t sure if she could recall events in the correct chronological order.

She said: “What is interesting is what you remember and how you remember it, because although I thought I remembered everything that happened I would never have been able to swear I could remember in the right order.

“Because they were like photos, individual snapshots. Very clearly.

“Strangely I had thought it before that, ‘what would you do if…’

“One thing about horses and sport is you have to prepare for the unexpected and you’ve got to think through the problems that are likely to occur.

“I suppose that was the discipline which to some extent coloured my thought processes.”

Source: EXPRESS CO UK

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