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Prince George, Charlotte and Louis’ eye-watering new school fees at Lambrook revealed
Prince William and Kate Middleton have confirmed that they will be moving to Windsor and that their three children will be moving schools.Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will all start at Lambrook school near Bracknell in September.In a statement, Kensington Palace said: “Their Royal Highnesses are hugely grateful to Thomas’s Battersea where George and Charlotte have had a happy start to their education since 2017 and 2019 respectively and are pleased to have found a school for all three of their children which shares a similar ethos and values to Thomas’s.”The family will be moving to Adelaide Cottage on the Windsor Home Park, where they will be closer to the Queen, who made the permanent move to Windsor Castle earlier this year.As back to school season approaches, the three young royals will be preparing to start at their new school very soon, but the move won't come cheap with the private school charging some extortionate prices.Prince George and Princess Charlotte used to attend Thomas’s Battersea school in London, while Prince Louis attended Willcocks Nursery School.Now, the three royal siblings will all be attending the same school together for the first time as they move to Lambrook School in the Berkshire countryside.The prestigious school has 620 students and boasts 52 acres of grounds, including an orchard, nine hole gold course and "endless" sports pitches.Jonathan Perry, headmaster at Lambrook School, said: "We are delighted that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will be joining us this coming September and very much look forward to welcoming the family, as well as all of our new pupils, to our school community."The fees for Lambrook school vary between £2,195 to £6,999 per
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Diana's sister made cheeky remark to Harry over the 'way he kisses', says lip reader
Princess Diana's sister made a cheeky remark to Prince Harry regarding the way he kisses, a lip reader has claimed.The Duke of Sussex was joined by his older brother Prince William, as well as his aunts Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Fellowes, and his uncle Charles, Earl Spencer, for the unveiling of Princess Diana's statue on what would have been her 60th birthday on July 1 last year.The brothers were immediately welcomed by their aunts and uncle as they walked into the garden.READ MORE: Prince Harry 'dragged around like a performing seal' by Meghan Markle, says expertIn videos taken by the media, Lady Sarah and Harry kissed each other on both cheeks before Diana's sister appeared to whisper something in his ear.Jeremy Freeman, a certified lip reader, told the Daily Star that Lady Sarah asked her nephew: "Is this how you kiss?"Harry then jokingly pretended to kiss her twice more showing how he usually kisses, with Lady Sarah grinning from ear to ear and responding: "Oh!"The brothers later greeted landscape gardener Pip Morrison and sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley before unveiling the bronze statue.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Body language expert Judi James told Daily Star that there was a "poignant moment" when both Harry and William looked up at the face of their late mother's statue.They showed traits of their early childhood love for each other and they worked as a team to reveal the statue at one of Princess Diana's favourite places in Kensington Palace, she said.Kensington Palace said it aims to reflect Diana's "warmth, elegance and energy", while the children represent the "universality and generational impact of the princess's work".READ NEXT:
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Buckingham Palace Reportedly 'Buried' Meghan Markle's Bullying Report, Will Not Release Findings
Buckingham Palace will not release a report to the public on the investigation into claims that Meghan Markle «bullied» palace staff. According to a report from, Buckingham Palace will be “improving the policies and procedures” in its HR department following the investigation, however, more details into the case will not be released to the public. Citing royal sources, says the Palace is not releasing this information as a way to «limit tensions between the Sussexes and the palace» and «protect the privacy of those who took part» in the investigation.  reports that Buckingham Palace no longer plans to make any public statement on the inquiry, or even publicly acknowledge the subsequent changes to its HR policies. Originally, the announcement on HR changes was set to be published in the Sovereign Grant report later this month. The bullying investigation was launched in March 2021 following a report by  that was published just days before Meghan and Harry’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey was set to air. According to the report, Meghan faced a bullying complaint at Kensington Palace back in October 2018, claiming she «drove two personal assistants out of the household and was undermining the confidence of a third staff member.» A spokesperson for Meghan and Harry denied the allegation, calling it a «calculated smear campaign.»In June 2021, the then-highly anticipated report was delayed.
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Princess Diana would be 'sad that Harry and William have fallen out', says royal chef
Princess Diana would be 'upset' that sons Prince Harry and Prince William do not have the same relationship anymore, according to a former royal chef.The two grew up as close royal brothers, often relying on each other for support after the tragic death of their mother in 1997.But in 2019, Harry publicly revealed for the first that their relationship had weakened amid tension between the Sussex and Cambridge households.When questioned about an alleged rift with William, he said he loved his brother dearly but they were "on different paths" and have "good days" and "bad days".Since then Harry has moved his family to Montecito in California, putting considerable distance between the two.Reflecting on their strained relationship, Chef Darren McGrady — who served Diana and her sons for 15 years — has said he believes the current state of affairs would upset the late Princess of Wales.Speaking to Coffee Friend he said: "Princess Diana would have been sad that their boys don’t have the same relationship now."She understood that the Queen came first, I don’t believe she ever did anything to really offend the Queen."He also suggested that she "would have never had moved away" herself, adding: "That is purely because of her boys.
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Kate Middleton to leave Prince William behind in overseas trip as she steps up for Queen
Kate Middleton is ”looking forward” to embarking on a rare tour overseas as she heads to Denmark without her husband Prince William.The Duchess of Cambridge will be flying solo as she heads to Copenhagen for a two-day visit on February 22 and 23 as she looks to help support the Queen during her Platinum Jubilee year.Kate’s visit will also continue the long-standing relationship between the British and Danish royals as she is scheduled to meet members of the family.She will meet Queen Margrethe II, who is celebrating her own Golden Jubilee this year, and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark.The Duchess is also believed to want to use the occasion to learn about Denmark's work with early childhood development by seeing their work first hand.Kensington Palace said: "During her visit, Her Royal Highness will spend time learning about how Denmark has created an enabling culture for early childhood development, specifically how it has promoted infant mental wellbeing alongside physical health, and how it harnesses the power of nature, relationships and playful learning in the first five years of life."Her programme will focus on innovative initiatives and projects which support children in their growth, particularly their social and emotional development, as well as their parents and wider communities surrounding them."Kate launched her Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood in June last year and her trip to Denmark is seen as a learning opportunity for how development is approached in other countries.The Duchess has demonstrated a commitment to improving our knowledge of early years during her times as a royal and also established a steering group for early years in May 2018.For the latest breaking news from the Royal Family
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