Princess Kate recently visited one of her former schools, raising speculation that she may send her eldest son, Prince George, there instead of Eton College.
In the 1990s, the Princess of Wales attended Marlborough College before attending St Andrews University, where she met her husband, Prince William.
Kate, who had previously been bullied at Downe House, apparently enjoyed her stay at the £46,995-per-year boarding institution in Wiltshire.
However, the Royal has quietly returned to her favorite co-educational Marlborough, and parents have speculated about the princess’s next move.
“Catherine was here the other day. It’s been the talk of the school,” a source said.
Kate’s siblings, Pippa and James Middleton, Princess Eugenie, Samantha Cameron, and comedian Jack Whitehall are all graduates of the famous school.
George, 10, is a student at Lambrook Preparatory School in Berkshire, although he was seen visiting Eton College with his parents last summer.
His father, Prince William, and uncle, Prince Harry, both went to Eton.
Kate recently said that the heir to the throne has been grumbling about “being tested all the time” as his school examinations approach.
She made the disclosure earlier this month during a visit to Fitzalan High School in Cardiff.
She said: “George is just at the beginning of being tested. He says: ‘Mummy, I keep getting tested all the time.’ But when it gets to A-levels you feel like you’re on it.”
The princess then joked that when he gets to A-levels, it will be much more difficult, to which the students agreed.
According to reports, George will be required to take an ISEB test in November, a multiple-choice exam that focuses on verbal reasoning, nonverbal reasoning, math, and English.
The young prince will also be required to undergo another test in either April or May 2024, which will be held at Eton.
The Palace will be informed of George’s result by July 2024.
According to sources, similar tests are held at Marlborough College around the same time.