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Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, have enjoyed several weeks of holidays in the company of their beloved parents, Prince William, 39, and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, 39. However, the little Cambridges now need to prepare for returning to their duties, as their school and nursery are reopening their doors to students next week.
George and Charlotte attend Thomas’s Battersea, a school in south London welcoming children aged between four to 13.
Its autumn term, called Michaelmas Term, is due to start next Thursday and will last until December 16.
The children will have a few breaks to look forward to during this coming term.
Pupils at Thomas’s Battersea are to enjoy a week off in autumn, between October 21 and 29, and a long weekend starting on Friday, November 26.
The winter holidays will take place between December 17 and January 10.
Little Louis attends the Willcocks Nursery School, which counts Princess Charlotte among its alumni.
Students at this nursery will return next Wednesday and will continue their activities until mid-December.
The little students at Willcocks will enjoy similar breaks to the older pupils at Thomas’s Battersea.
This nursery is particularly convenient for Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William, who share duties when it comes to the school run.
As it is located in South Kensington, the nursery is only a short walk away from the Cambridges’ main residence in London, Kensington Palace.
Prince Louis began nursery at the start of Willcocks’ summer term last April – a day Kate remembered by taking a picture she later shared on the royal’s third birthday.
In the snap, the three-year-old smiled at the camera while carrying a backpack on his shoulder and holding a shiny red balance bike.
Willcocks doesn’t count Prince George among its former students as the third-in-line to the throne attended Westacre Montessori School Nursery in Norfolk.
At the time, Prince William was a full-time helicopter pilot at East Anglian Air Ambulance, a role he retained until the summer of 2017, and the family was therefore based at Anmer Hall.
George, Charlotte and Louis are believed to have enjoyed their holidays in three different locations this summer.
In early August it was reported the Cambridges had stayed, for the second year running, on the Isles of Scilly.
Yesterday, royal expert Katie Nicholl reported claims William and Kate had taken their children to visit the Queen at Balmoral Castle.
The family, she wrote on Vanity Fair, was in Scotland over the past week.
The royal author also reported another source saying the Cambridges have spent much of their break in Norfolk, where Kate introduced the children to sailing.
They claimed: “They are very much a family of sailors now.
“Kate has always been a competent sailor and William’s pretty good too.
“They have enjoyed some wonderful time on the coast this summer sailing and showing the children how to steer and sail a boat.
“They love the water and the two eldest are good swimmers and had no qualms about jumping into the sea even if it was a bit fresh.”
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