Experts say that if George goes to boarding school, Princess Charlotte “will miss her brother”, but she is a “little leader”


Royal experts said that if George goes to boarding school, Princess Charlotte “will miss” her brother.

But they added that the “independent and outgoing” six-year-old princess is a “little leader” who would end up doing well without her brother by his side.

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Princess Charlotte and Prince George are currently going to Thomas’ BatterseaCredit: Splash News

As George turns 8 later this month, and William is the same age he was when he left London for boarding, there is growing speculation that the young prince can follow family traditions.

Both George and Charlotte are currently attending school in Thomas’ Battersea until they are 13 years old.

But Prince William and Prince Harry moved to Berkshire’s Luther Grove School at the age of eight—and then studied at Eton College.

Gertrude Daly, who runs the Gerts Royals blog, told Daily Star: “Of course Princess Charlotte will miss her elder brother like any child.

“But when Prince George goes to boarding school, she will be fine. She looks like a very independent child.”

But there is increasing speculation that George may move to boarding school next year-because he is the same age as his father.

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But there is increasing speculation that George may move to boarding school next year-because he is the same age as his father.Credit: Getty

She added: “I may be more concerned about Prince George and how he will deal with the situation away from the safety net.

“With the freshmen who did not grow up with the prince, they are used to seeing Prince George and the Cambridge family in the news.”

Brittani Barger, associate editor of Royal Central, agrees, speaking of Charlotte: “She is very independent and outgoing, so I don’t think she needs her brother by her side.

“She might miss not seeing him at school, but she won’t be frustrated because she is alone, I don’t think. From what we have seen, she is a small leader, so I think she will be fine.”

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Last month, the “Daily Mail” reported that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been asking about Berkshire’s schools for their children and nearby houses.

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Royal experts say that Charlotte is a “little leader”, so it would be nice to have a brother without her, although she would miss himCredit: Splash News

The newspaper said that Kate Middleton and Wells really need to support their family in London as part of their long-term plan-although Kensington Palace will still be their base in London.

The youngest of the Cambridge couple, Louis, is three years old and currently attending the Wilcock Nursery in Kensington.

Earlier today, we revealed how William is “securing” the English players Target racist abuse.

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