The eldest sons of the Dukes of Cambridge will have the opportunity to indulge in various creative activities as well as outdoor sports
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For Prince George and little Charlotte, Kate Middleton's eldest children, it's time to go back to school. Many are asking questions about what awaits the very young heirs of the Dukes of Cambridge in the coming months.
Certain information includes those that speak of a very demanding study program for the future King of England, who blew out 7 candles last July. George will address core subjects such as science, history and geography. Lady Middleton and William's eldest son will also study French, IT, design, technology, theater and ballet. Enrolled in Thomas's Battersea School, George is a third year student.
As can be read on the pages of the prestigious institute's website, the Principino will have the opportunity, during this school year, to significantly expand the extra curricular activities. Just to give an example, let us remember that, if Kate and William want, George will be able to join the Phoenix Coir – which includes third and fourth year students – singing formation that covers a vast repertoire, from classic to pop.
In addition, he will have the opportunity to register for the annual cross-country ski race, but also for the swimming club. In general, there are many opportunities for outdoor activities (which, as you can read on the pages of the tabloid People, will undoubtedly meet the favor of the Duchess of Cambridge, a great supporter of moments of play and sports lived outdoors. ).
During their third year at Thomas's Battersea School, many students also start learning to play a musical instrument. George is already ahead: the eldest son of William and Kate, in fact, has been taking guitar lessons for some time.
What about Charlotte instead? That the first year of the new cycle of studies after kindergarten will see her studying the fundamental subjects mentioned above, as well as singing and ballet. William and Kate's second child has been taking dance lessons for some time. Since the school – the same where George is enrolled – has a large ballroom with a pianist who performs live during class, the young Princess is sure to be able to express her talent.