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If you were to imagine what living the life of a British royal was like, what would you think of? For us, we imagine the royals spend a lot of time sipping hot tea and playing endless rounds of cricket. Oh, and don't forget the crumpets. But after Prince William visited the Royal Marsden Hospital in London for his opening of a new breast cancer research center, he revealed a side of royal life we didn't deem possible — total normalcy!
Prince William met with women who were benefitting from the research done at the center, including a woman who was diagnosed with breast cancer in March of 2015 named Kathryn England, with whom he just so happened to divulge all of his juicy, family secrets. Ok, it's not that juicy, but it does paint the royal family in a more relatable light. "He said his household is very noisy at the moment," England told People. "He said he was looking at schools. I suppose for George he would be."
School for George-y already?! It seems like just yesterday that Kate Middleton emerged from the hospital (looking like a flawless angel, obvi) holding the chubby-cheeked prince in her arms. But alas, the almost 3-year-old kiddo is growing up right before our eyes — and only the BEST school will do! His doting parents are already on the lookout a perf pre-prepatory school, even though he won't be attending until September 2017 after he turns four.
According to People, "many royal watchers assume that George will follow in the footsteps of his father and uncle Prince Harry, both of whom attended Wetherby Pre-Prepatory School in London." But the couple may break with tradition and choose instead to send their son to a school closer to their home in Norfolk.
Prince George arrives for his first day at Westacre Montessori School nursery in Norfolk today. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released two photographs to mark the occasion. They show Prince George standing in front of the mural on the outside of the nursery building. Photograph ©The Duchess of Cambridge
Wherever our favorite royal couple chooses to send little George, we fully support their decision. TBH, we're just hoping to see more pics of the adorable prince with a backpack on and curly blonde hair in his face. Or, you know, a plushy robe? #NeverForget