Prince George’s £53,000 school offers William’s favorite sport – includes ‘mask and snorkel’

2022 saw a big change for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis as they moved from Kensington Palace to Adelaide Cottage, changed schools and lost their great-grandmother within weeks. Although it was upsetting for the young royals, they are said to have settled into Lambrook School and are enjoying everything the exclusive school has to offer.

Lambrook School, which takes pupils aged three to 13, charges an increasing annual fee as children progress through the school.

From admission to year two, it costs £4,389 per term, from years three to four it’s £6,448 and for senior students in years five to eight it costs £6,999. Therefore, educating three children from Wales will cost a combined £53,508 a year.

Lambrook School boasts a range of amazing facilities and offers many exclusive clubs, including a nine-hole golf course, a polo field, a bee farm and a mini Masterchef club.

One extracurricular activity that Prince William surely hopes Prince George will shine in is the scuba diving club.

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This would pave the way for the young George to assume a key royal patronage that had been passed down from generation to generation.

Prince William became the third generation of the family to take over the presidency of the British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) in 2014, following his father King Charles and his grandfather, the late Prince Philip.

At an event William spoke to BSAC members and said: “It’s a great honor to be here with my father and to accept the presidency of the British Sub-Aqua Club, taking it on from my grandfather.”

He added: “I hope one day my son George may follow in our footsteps. At the moment bath time is quite painful, but I imagine putting on a mask and snorkel might calm him down a bit more.”


Prince George would also have to attend classes on Saturday, followed by an afternoon of sports competitions for fifth graders and older.

Since Charlotte and Louis are not yet in the fifth grade, they are not entitled to classes on Saturdays.

A source told The Telegraph: “Even the cruelest parents love the idea that their little ones can sleep over when they need to – it means they can throw dinner parties and be hungover without having to take the kids to school the next day.”

According to the school’s website, Lambrook School is a “thriving independent school” that is home to 620 boys and girls.

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The description continues: “The Lambrook experience combines first-class teaching and superb facilities with traditional values, set in the idyllic setting of 52 acres of beautiful Berkshire countryside.”

George, Charlotte and Louis do not use their prince and princess titles at school.

When the trio first launched Lambrook School in September 2022, they were known as George Cambridge, Charlotte Cambridge and Louis Cambridge.

However, they are now surnamed Wales, as their parents became the Prince and Princess of Wales after the Queen’s death.

Many Lambrook School leavers go on to prestigious secondary schools, including Eton.

It is incredibly likely that Prince George and Prince Louis will follow in their father’s footsteps and join Eton College when they turn 13.

The famous school charges a staggering £48,501 a year and was founded by King Henry VI in 1440.

It also counts other royal alumni such as Prince Harry, Prince William of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent, as well as Sam and Arthur Chatto, grandsons of the late Princess Margaret.

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