Will Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Send Their Child to an American School?
The future parents are reportedly thinking of sending their child to ACS Egham International School in Egham, Surrey, a private school that has an American curriculum for students from ages 4 to 18.
Could Meghan Markle and Prince Harry send their child to an American school?
The future parents are reportedly thinking of sending their child to ACS Egham International School in Egham, Surrey, a private school that has an American curriculum for students from ages 4 to 18, according to E! News.
A source told the news outlet that it's particularly important to Meghan that her child "be fully aware of his or her American heritage."
The school is just across the way from Windsor Great Park, which is right near Meghan and Harry's soon-to-be home, Frogmore Cottage.
Both Harry and his brother, Prince William, attended Eton College, though William sent his own son Prince George to Thomas's Battersea in south London.
An American school isn't the only way Meghan and Harry might be breaking from tradition. The Duchess of Sussex is also reportedly considering a home birth, which would make her the first royal to do so since Queen Elizabeth herself.
Meghan and Harry's child is due in the spring.
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