It has been revealed that Kate Middleton and her husband, Prince William, are seriously thinking about making a huge move that will affect the life and education of their young son, Prince George.
Kate Middleton and Prince William were rapidly slammed by concerned royal fans who reminded them that Prince Charles and Prince Harry revealed that they had hellish experiences after being shipped to boarding schools when they were young.
A royal source spoke to the Daily Mail and shared that recently the future king and queen of England were seen visiting schools outside of London.
The royals are said to have looked at a Berkshire boarding school for their 7-year-old son, who is also heir to the British throne.
While in Royal County, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William also went house hunting, although rumors are running high that they might have already scooped a multi-million dollar mansion that is located in the area.
The Duke of Cambridge and his wife will be residing close to her family. The Duchess of Cambridge and her husband reportedly purchased a home near her parents — Michael and Carole Middleton, who reside in the famous $5 million Bucklebury Manor.
An insider said the following about the possible move to the country: “Nothing has been decided, and of course, they could very well decide to keep the children at Thomas’s, but William and Kate have recently visited schools in the Berkshire area, which has got a lot of people talking.”
Many are baffled by Kate Middleton’s decision to transfer their child away to a boarding school after Prince Charles revealed his traumatic experiences at Gordonstoun.
According to royal expert William Boyd, Prince Charles was miserable at the school. He revealed: “A prison sentence,’ was how Charles later described it, like penal servitude. I happen to know, from his own lips, that Prince Charles utterly detested it.’
Prince Charles penned a letter to his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, while in school to share his misery.
He wrote: “I hardly get any sleep in the House because I snore, and I get hit on the head all the time. It’s absolute hell. The people in my dormitory are foul,’ he wrote home. ‘They throw slippers all night long or hit me with pillows… Last night was hell, literal hell. I wish I could come home.’
Another insider explained that Prince Charles was bullied and added: “Charles was mocked relentlessly about his ears, which were larger than average and somewhat protruding. He had no defenses available to him, save a stubborn refusal to complain either to the perpetrators or to his housemaster.”
Prince Harry, who attended boarding schools with his brother, Prince William, said he endured “genetic pain” because of his father’s decisions.
He claimed: “If I’ve experienced some form of pain or suffering because of the pain or suffering that perhaps my father or my parents had suffered, I’m going to make sure I break that cycle so that I don’t pass it on, basically.”
For some observers, there might be a small divide between complete happiness and a sense of service.