Prince George turned five earlier this year, and having already started school, the little royal is growing up fast. And according to new reports, Prince George apparently has a lot to look forward to when he returns to his school next month.
Prince George attends St Thomas’s Battersea, a private school which costs over $25,000 a year per student. And according to Harper’s BAZAAR UK, Prince William’s eldest son will learn several new skills upon his return, with the curriculum including “everything from swimming lessons to ballet classes.” Clearly, the royal is getting a well-rounded education, and will apparently get the chance to develop his “physical skills, stamina, creativity, expression and musicality,” per the school’s official website.
Harper’s BAZAAR UK also notes that students are encouraged to join the choir and to take theater classes, alongside the more traditional subjects such as science, geography, and mathematics.
As well as developing his education, it’s also being reported that Prince George is attending his first grouse shoot this weekend, alongside members of the royal family.
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The Sun‘s royal correspondent, Emily Andrews, tweeted this morning that Prince George is in Balmoral with his great grandmother, Queen Elizabeth. Kate Middleton and Prince William are also in attendance, along with their other two children, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. They are joined are Prince Charles, Prince Edward, Princess Anne, Zara Tindall, and their respective families. The Queen famously vacations in Balmoral every summer, and the grouse shoot is something of a rite of passage for Prince George.
Kate, William, George, Charlotte & Louis are spending this weekend at Balmoral with HM. George was taken to his first grouse shoot on Friday by Kate, with the Queen, Charles, Edward, Sophie, Louise & James, Anne, Zara & Mike Tindall joining for lunch.Quite the family fun!(2017📷) pic.twitter.com/I8cj1OGCB6
— Emily Andrews (@byEmilyAndrews) August 26, 2018
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US