Prince Philip, the Queen’s late husband, attended Gordonstoun School, a boarding school in Moray, Scotland.
It is believed Philip enjoyed his time at Gordonstoun greatly and when he became a father, he opted to send Prince Charles, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward to Gordonstoun too.
The Queen and Philip’s daughter, Princess Anne, was not eligible to attend Gordonstoun at that time, as it was a boys-only school.
Instead, Anne was tutored at home until the age of 13, before she boarded at Benenden School near Cranbrook, Kent.
Anne decided to send her children, Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall, to Gordonstoun.
Royal education: Where did royals go to school? Who went to Gordonstoun?
Royal education: Prince Philip (left) in costume for a production of ‘Macbeth’ at Gordonstoun in 1935
Prince William and Prince Harry did not follow in Prince Charles’ footsteps for their education.
Instead of Gordonstoun, William and Harry attended Eton College in Berkshire.
While Harry opted to enter the Armed Forces after completing school, Prince William chose to study at the University of St Andrews in Scotland.
After initially starting a degree in History of Art, William swapped to Geography and earned himself a 2.1 degree.
Royal education: Kate Middleton studied History of Art at St Andrews
Princess Eugenie attended the prestigious Marlborough College in Wiltshire for her education.
Prince William’s future wife Kate Middleton also attended Marlborough with her sister, Pippa Middleton.
Kate would go on to study History of Art at St Andrews, where she met Prince William.
Royal education: Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge have been photographed in the past dropping their children off at school
Thomas’s Battersea is where Prince George and Princess Charlotte attend school.
Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge have been photographed in the past dropping their children off at the London-based school.
The Cambridge’s youngest child, Prince Louis, is only two years old, but he may attend the same school when he is older.
While the schools listed above are some of the most popular schools with royals in recent decades, some have chosen to attend others.
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice, attended St George’s School, Ascot.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attended Immaculate Heart High School in LA and she later studied at Northwestern University.
As a child, the Queen and her sister Princess Margaret were tutored at home by their governess Marion Crawford, who they called Crawfie.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK