Prince Louis denied same ‘cute’ experience as Charlotte as royal’s nursery start delayed

Prince Louis: Expert on 'delay' to royal's nursery start date

Royal fans “won’t get” pictures of Prince Louis starting nursery this month as they did with Princess Charlotte. The Cambridge children have all been forced to stay at home following the implementation of a national lockdown earlier this month. Royally Obsessed hosts Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie discussed the details of Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William’s youngest child’s education this year.

Ms Fiorito told listeners: “One of my lows recently is that Prince Louis’ nursery start date has been delayed.

“He’s two and a half, and he’s actually supposed to start this month at nursery.

“But he’s probably not going to start until the summer term, which is the end of April.

“So he is thought to probably attend Willcocks Nursery School when he starts in the summer, which is near Kensington Palace.”

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Ms Bowie added: “He could also attend Westacre Montessori School, where George went.

“That’s actually really close to Anmer Hall, it’s a 20-minute drive.

“But overall, yes, this is a bummer.

“That photo of Charlotte for her first day of Willcocks with the red coat and the red shoes is the cutest photo of Charlotte I’ve ever seen.”

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She continued: “We won’t get that for Prince Louis, at least not right now.

“Charlotte and George will be home-schooled as well until Thomas’s Battersea opens up.

“They were supposed to return there this week as well.”

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Britons have been ordered to stay at home by the UK Government because of the mounting coronavirus crisis.

Children have been told to learn remotely until February half term.

Primary and secondary schools remain open only for vulnerable children and the children of critical workers.

Kate and William spent the first lockdown in their Norfolk home with their family.

It is believed that the Cambridges will also be spending this shut-in at Anmer Hall as well.

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