Prince William looking for schools for son George

Britain’s Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have started looking at schools for their son Prince George.
The 33-year-old royal – the grandson of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip – has admitted his household can be “noisy” at times with the two-year-old roaming around but it should start to settle down soon as he and his wife have started viewing primary schools for the young prince.
When asked by Kathryn England how his children were when he opened a pioneering new breast cancer research centre at the Royal Marsden Hospital in west London on Tuesday (17.05.16), he said: “Noisy but lovely. We’re just trying to sort out schools now. It’s quite a challenge.”
George is currently attending Westacre Montessori nursery school in East Walton, near the family’s country home at Anmer Hall, Norfolk, but he is expected to move to a bigger school for older children in September next year.
However, it’s not yet known whether the royal couple – who also have 12-month-old daughter Charlotte – are planning on sending George to a school in Norfolk or London.
The couple currently reside in their 10-bedroom estate in East Anglia but, following claims the duke and duchess had put George’s name down for William’s former primary school in London, it’s thought they may relocate to the capital and take up permanent residence at Kensington Palace.