HE'S been attending the £19,000-a-year St Thomas's School in Battersea for the past four years.
But one royal expert reckons Prince George is in for a big change in the not-so-distant future.
Speaking to OK!, biographer Duncan Larcombe claimed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are "eyeing up" schools in Berkshire for their eight-year-old.
After all, the expert said it's "unusual" for children in the Royal Family to only be educated at a single primary and secondary school.
He explained: "William and Harry broke the mould by going to the same school, but if you look at the Queen's children, they were all schooled separately."
While Prince Charles attended Gordonstoun school in Scotland, Princess Anne was sent to Benenden and Prince Andrew and Prince Edward were also educated in Kent.
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The expert added: "Kate had a traditional co-ed education but it seems to be almost par for the course with the royals that they don't pile all of their children into the same school."
The couple are rumoured to be moving to Windsor and are already thinking ahead to where their three kids might go to school in September.
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What's more, the expert said William and Kate will be most conscious of where to send George to secondary school as this decision will shape his adolescence.
He added: "There are little boys somewhere who will make friends with Prince George at his new school and may well be his right-hand men for the rest of their lives."
The parents are reportedly considering Ludgrove Prep, Pangbourne, Papplewick and Lambrook schools in Berkshire.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, an insider claimed: "It's an open secret the Cambridges are looking to settle in Berkshire and George is set to leave Thomas's this summer, unless circumstances suddenly change.
"It's the talk of the county and they will, of course, be made extremely welcome.
'"They always put their children front and centre of everything they do, so finding the right school has been a priority. It's about what works for them as a family."
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