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Prince William and Kate’s lavish school plans for Prince George revealed

Evoke.ie logoEvoke.ie 28/12/2016 Alison Ring

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to leave their home in Norfolk in favour of moving to Kensington Palace in 2017 as Prince George prepares to start school.

William and Kate, 34, have reportedly enrolled their son at Wetherby School in London meaning that the capital will become their permanent base.

3-year-old George is expected to attend the £6,500-a-term pre-prep school which is less than a mile from the palace and was also attended by his father and uncle, Prince Harry.

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2017 will also see the happy couple take on more royal responsibilities, having stepped up their duties this year, next year they will increase again making a London home essential for them both.

The move will also require Prince William to make a decision about his future as a helicopter pilot which will determine whether or not he can join his wife in London on a full-time basis.

According to The Daily Telegraph his piloting contract ends in March but he is expected to continuing working for the East Anglian Air Ambulance Service until the summer. 

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The couple have a few things to sort out before they move to London. 

The Duke and Duchess also have plans to expand their Royal Foundation charity this year and have pledged to focus on more causes such as mental health. 

In October, on World Mental Health Day Kate said they would ’what they can to shine a spotlight on emotional well-being’ and earlier in the year launched the Heads Together campaign. 

Although Kate is rumoured to be unhappy about the potential move to London, the couple would be helping The Queen, 90, lighten her workload.

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