Prince Louis is affected by the lockdown as he missed the school’s milestone

According to reports, Prince Louis is said to be missing a major milestone after schools closed during the lockdown.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have yet to confirm whether their youngest son is following in the footsteps of Princess Charlotte at Willcocks Nursery School.

If so, it is believed that the king, two and a half, should begin this month.


Prince Louis could miss his first day in the nursery (Image credit: SplashNews.com)

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Will Prince Louis go to kindergarten?

However, if Prince William and Kate Middleton have decided to stay at their Norfolk home during the lockdown, the boy will miss his first day as kindergartens are still open.

Instead, the couple have to enroll Louis in kindergarten in London in April.

The kindergarten was first visited by Princess Charlotte in January 2018.

It’s also not far from William and Kate’s family home at Kensington Palace.

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Prince Louis should start kindergarten this month (Photo credit: SplashNews.com)

Prince Louis isn’t the only one missing out. Older siblings George and Charlotte have also been hit by the closure of schools across England.

ED! has reached out to Kensington Palace for comment.

Are the Cambridge children home schooled?

It is believed that Prince George and Princess Charlotte will now be home schooled during the third lockdown.

The young royals previously worked from home during the first suspension.

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Prince William and Kate Middleton May Have To Enroll Prince Louis In April (Photo Credit: SplashNews.com)

According to The Sun, their school, Thomas’s Battersea, encouraged all parents to remove their children from class by March 2019.

They returned to school in south London after the lockdown subsided in September.

How did Prince William and Kate Middleton manage home schooling?

In April, Kate revealed that balancing school and playtime was “challenging”.

Speaking to the BBC, the 38-year-old admitted: “We didn’t tell the children that we actually went through the holidays. I feel very mean. “

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The Duchess also spoke about how busy life is with three children.

She added, “You have reached the end of the day and are writing down a list of the things you did that day.

“You put up a tent, so to speak, take the tent down again, cook, bake, you come to the end of the day, they had a great time.

“It’s amazing how much you can cram into a day, that’s for sure.”

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