Prince George and Princess Charlotte on their first days at nursery (Image: GETTY)
Prince George attended Westacre Montessori School in King’s Lynn in 2016. Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte attends Willcocks Nursery school in South Kensington, London. The reason for this is the family moved from their country home Anmer Hall near Queen Elizabeth’s Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, to Kensington Palace in London.
However, when they made this move it seems they decided to opt for an entirely different nursery experience for their daughter than their eldest son.
For one thing, Charlotte’s nursery has a hefty price tag charging £3,350 per term for morning sessions, £2,100 for the afternoon sessions.
Even more eye-watering are the lunch fees: for one lunch per week it costs £580, for two £1,160 and for three £1,740.
Meanwhile, George's school costs a moderate £33 a day and most of the children attending receive financial help for it.
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Prince George (Image: GETTY)
Another difference is the type of schooling, with George’s nursery employing the controversial Montessori method.