Of course, members of the royal family have access to the most elite universities. If we talk about the British royal family, then many of its members studied at the most prestigious schools and universities in Great Britain, including the University of St. Andrews, famous thanks to Kate and William, and Cambridge.

Prince William

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Prince William, like his brother Prince Harry, began his education at Jane Minors Kindergarten in London, then William studied at Ludgrove School, and Harry at Wetherby School and Ludgrove School, and later entered Eton College (his brother Harry followed in his footsteps and also graduated from this college).

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William became the first member of the royal family to join it. After its completion, Prince William went to enter the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. It turned out to be a landmark place for William, because there he met his future wife, Kate Middleton.

Prince Harry

Harry, after graduating from Eton, decided not to go to university, but to undergo ten months of officer training at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst.

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Prince Harry / Photo: Getty Images

Prince Harry served in the army for ten years and was promoted to captain. He fought in Afghanistan twice. Later, after completing his military career, the prince organized the Invictus Games to support retired military men and women who are adapting to life after being wounded and completing their service.

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Queen Elizabeth II and her sister Princess Margaret

Both princesses were educated at home by Marion Crawford. They did not have diplomas, but both royals learned a lot while in such training.

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For example, Elizabeth was fluent in French. The sisters were the last members of the royal family to be educated at home.

Prince George

Prince William and Kate Middleton's eldest son and future King of Great Britain, Prince George, began attending kindergarten at Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk when he was just over two years old. And at the age of four, he entered the Thomas Battersea School.

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After the family moved to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor in August 2022, George and his younger sister Charlotte and brother Louis enrolled at Lambrook Preparatory School in Berkshire. This school educates boys and girls up to the age of 13, and then George can follow in the footsteps of his father William by enrolling in the famous Eton College. There is a possibility that the Welsh family wants their daughter Charlotte to study there as well.

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But so far, the college accepts only boys, although the director of the institution does not rule out that in the future he will accept girls to study there. Princess Charlotte attended Willcocks Private Kindergarten near Kensington Palace. And later, like her older brother, she studied at Thomas Battersea School before moving to Lambrook. But for the youngest son of the Welsh family, Prince Louis, education began at Willcox Kindergarten in Kensington, and in August 2022 he entered Lambrook with his brother and sister.

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Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales

The future princess at that time studied at Marlborough College. And then she entered the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, where she studied art history.

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At this university, Kate met her future husband, Prince William (we have already told their love story in more detail). Interestingly, their relationship began with a friendship, which later grew into a romantic relationship and almost ten years of relationship before William decided to propose to the girl.

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Princess Beatrice of York

Sarah of York with daughters Beatrice and Eugenie / Photo: Getty Images

Queen Elizabeth II's granddaughter, Princess Beatrice, began her education at Upton House School and then at Cowart Park and St George's Schools. She then studied at the Goldsmiths of the University of London, studying history there.

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Princess Eugenie of York

Prince Andrew and Sarah of York with their youngest daughter Princess Eugenie at St George's School / Photo: Getty Images

Beatrice's younger sister, Princess Eugenie, studied at Winkfield Montessori from 1992 to 1993. From there, she joined her sister at Upton House School in Windsor. Until 2003, she also attended Coworth Park School and then St George's School near Windsor Castle. For the next five years, Eugenia studied at Marlborough College in Wiltshire, where she studied art and English literature. Princess Eugenie also studied at the University of Newcastle, graduating in 2012 with a degree in English Literature, Art History and Politics.

King Charles III

At the age of eight, young Prince Charles briefly attended Hill House School, and only six months later he entered Cheam School, where he remained for five years. Then his parents sent him to Gordonstoun, a Scottish public school, Charles has not the most pleasant memories of studying here.

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In 1967, Charles entered Cambridge, where he studied history, archaeology, and anthropology. He became the first member of the British royal family to receive a diploma.

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Princes Edward, Andrew and Princess Anne

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King Charles' younger brother, Prince Edward, Duke of Edinburgh, studied at Gordonstoun, later enrolled for two semesters at Whanganui University School in Whanganui, New Zealand, where he worked as a home tutor and led drama classes. In 1986, he received a bachelor's degree from Jesus College, Cambridge. And Prince Andrew, Duke of York, also visited Gordonstone. Royal Princess Anne attended Benenden Girls' School.

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