Kate Middleton reveals tricky skill Prince George is learning at school – and she’s having to help | The Sun

PRINCE George has started a new school this year and has been tasked with learning a new skill, according to Kate Middleton.

As part of the uniform dress code at the £7,000-a-term Lambrook School near Ascot, Berkshire, the young prince needs to wear a tie for the first time.

The Princess of Wales let slip during a visit to Wales this week that she’s been giving him a helping hand with the tricky process.

Speaking to children near Holyhead RNLI station, Kate spoke to four-year-old Theo Crompton and pointed out his tie.

She asked the child: “Do you tie your own tie?" to which he confirmed he did.

The royal mum-of-three responded: “Well done you. I've been teaching George because he has got to wear a tie now for school, so I'm having to teach him how to do it.

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"But well done, you've done a good job with your tie. Nice to meet you."

George, nine, and Charlotte, seven, previously attended Thomas' School in Battersea, south London, while four-year-old Louis went to Willcocks Nursery in South Kensington, west London.

But after Wills and Kate moved the family from Apartment 1A Kensington Palace to four-bed Adelaide Cottage, George and Charlotte and their younger brother Louis will receive a top education together, complete with mandatory Saturday lessons. 

If the royal youngsters attend full-time without boarding, it will cost William and Kate an estimated £53,508 per year.

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The private school is a nine-mile drive from their new abode near Windsor Castle.

Lambrook is a co-ed preparatory that started in 1860 and allows part-time boarding.

It scored 'excellent' in its most recent Independent Schools Inspectorate. 

During their visit to Swansea and Anglesey in Wales, Prince William joked that they are looking for a “babysitter” for their kids.

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And Kate revealed an adorable detail about Princess Charlotte as she met a little girl, 2, with the same name.

The royal couple had promised to visit at the earliest opportunity following the death of the Queen, and returned hoping to begin "deepening the trust and respect" they have with the people of Wales.

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