The move will happen over the summer with Charlotte and George enrolling in a new school close to their home on the Windsor estate.
Prince Louis started his education last year at Willcocks Nursery School in Kensington just like his sister.
George’s early years were spent in Norfolk, Wales and London and Charlotte in London and Norfolk, whereas Prince Louis has lived only in London for the majority of his life.
Prince Louis is to have a different education than his siblings
The Cambridge’s will be moving to Windsor over the summer
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Unlike his siblings, the Prince will not be attending St Thomas’s Battersea Junior School and it is thought instead he will be at the Independent Preparatory school, Lambrook near Ascot.
The couple will keep Kensington Palace as their London base with their press office remaining there.
The move to Windsor will mean the future King and his family will be closer to the Queen and to Kate’s parents who live in Bucklebury, a 45-minute drive away.
The Cambridges are hoping to permanently move to Anmer Hall, Norfolk eventually
It is thought that the move to Windsor in the summer will prelude a move into Windsor Castle as Prince Charles does not intend to take it up as a main residence as the Queen currently does.
It is thought that the royal couple will be moving permanently to Anmer Hall in Norfolk one all three children have completed their education.
Reports have stated that the relocation of the family is partially to take advantage of the time the family have together before royal duties and life gets in the way primarily for William and George.
The Duke and Duchess are keen for the children to experience and enjoy their childhood in a relatively normal environment.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK