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Not only Duchess Kate is moving: Pippa Middleton moves into £15m property

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All the news on the British royal family in the GALA ticker: Pippa Middleton moves out +++ Lady Louise Windsor has an important decision to make +++ Prince George and Princess Charlotte are expecting a busy schedule at their new school.

Royal News 2022 in the GALA ticker

August 3, 2022

Pippa Middleton has a new home

Not only for Duchess Catherine, 40, there is soon a big change – she and Prince William, 40, are moving to Windsor with their three children – her little sister Pippa Middleton, 30, is also facing a new chapter in life. According to Daily Mail columnist and royal expert Richard Eden, Pippa and James Matthews, 46, have sold their home in Chelsea for £22.5million for a new 30-bedroom property in Berkshire. Cost: approximately 15 million pounds (about 17.9 million euros). The house is also said to be very close to Bucklebury, where Kate, Pippa and their brother James Middleton, 35, grew up. It seems that Pippa wants her three children to have as idyllic a childhood as she and her siblings once had. All the more practical as the Cambridge family will soon be settling nearby and the little cousins ​​can meet up to play at any time.

August 2, 2022

Lady Louise Windsor: This decision will change her life

Lady Louise Windsor faces a big event: the 18-year-old will receive her high school exam results in just a few weeks. It’s a big decision for Queen Elizabeth’s 96-year-old granddaughter. Will she go to college? The young royal is currently still enrolled in a private school in Ascot, but she will soon have to think about how she wants to shape her future. Several of her cousins ​​went to college, including Prince William, 40, Princess Beatrice, 33, and Princess Eugenie, 32.

Louise’s mother, Sophie von Wessex, 57, said she would support her daughter in her plans to go to university in the past. “I wouldn’t force her, but she can do it if she wants to. She’s quite smart,” the Countess once enthused. However, she conceded in a BBC Radio 5 Live interview: “I have to let her live her life. It’s not my life. I can only prepare her as best I can and then she has to make her own decisions. .”

August 1, 2022

Prince George and Princess Charlotte: the new school becomes a leisure killer

In a few weeks, Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, will get serious again. The two Cambridge descendants are starting the new school year – albeit in their new home in Berkshire. Prince William, 40, and Duchess Catherine, 40, are believed to be pitching their tents near Windsor Castle at Adelaide Cottage. To be close to Queen Elizabeth, 96, they leave behind the bustle of London. A school for their eldest offspring would have already been found. However, one detail shouldn’t really bring the minis down.

Rumor has it that George and Charlotte are day students at Lambbrook School in Berkshire. According to ‘Mirror’, attending the co-educational school costs money [Anm. d. Red.: gemeinsame Bildung von Jungen und Mädchen] up to 7,000 pounds (about 8,300 euros) per semester. The school has an excellent reputation: many of its graduates attend the famous Eton College. However, the quality of education comes at a high price: students must also go to school on Saturdays and devote a few afternoons to weekday sporting events. There isn’t much free time left for the little royals either.

And there’s another offer they both shouldn’t like: Lambbrook is offering day school students aged 7 to 13 the chance to lay their heads in the associated boarding school. “Even most local parents like the idea that their little ones can stay the night if they need to – it means they can host dinner parties and get hungover without having to take the kids to school. the next day,” a source told the “Telegraph.” Well, if that doesn’t lead to a hangover with the outsourced junior royals.

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Sources used: mirror.co.uk, telegraph.co.uk, dailymail.co.uk, twitter.com


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