Many working parents have to rely on after-school care, and pupils across the UK are sent to football, arts and drama groups when the home clock strikes.
But they probably will not have the range of incredible activities the royal children can choose from.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte are positively pampered with the impressive number of leisure clubs on offer at their school and we wish we had so many to choose from during our school days!
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Prince George and Princess Charlotte are students at Thomas’s School in Battersea in south-west London and are in 4th and 2nd year respectively.
The royal children study a staggering number of subjects in school, but they are pretty much the same as all other children their age, including literacy, numeracy, science, history and geography, according to the school’s website.
But outside the classroom, there are more than 60 different clubs on offer ranging from seasonal clubs, such as winter sports to year-round activities like wheel-based pottery and mindfulness.
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Prince George and Princess Charlotte are likely to be dizzy with excitement over all the options they have to choose from. From ninja lessons, hip-hop courses and even crazy scientists’ experiments, there seems to be something for everyone.
The future king will no doubt give riding a chance, as he has probably inherited his family’s love of the sport and passion for activities like polo.
Another club that appears to be a likely choice for Prince George will swim. While he has regular lessons in school, he certainly needs to be a strong swimmer if he is to continue this very special royal tradition.
His father became the third generation of the family to take over the presidency of the British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC), following in the footsteps of his father, Prince Charles, and his grandfather, the late Prince Philip.
At an event, William spoke to BSAC members and said: “It is a great honor to be here with my father and to accept the chairmanship of the British Sub-Aqua Club, and to continue it from my grandfather as well.”
He added: “I hope one day my son George can follow in our footsteps.
“Right now, the bath time is pretty painful, but I imagine that when he gets a little bit older, it can reassure him to put on a mask and snorkel.”
Prince William – who has been patron of Swim England since 2017 – was also captain of the water polo team during his time at St. Andrew’s University.
As for Princess Charlotte, her father has previously revealed that she loves one activity more than anything else, saying, “My daughter Charlotte loves to dance.”
So it is very likely that the little princess will throw some serious forms in after-school like breakdance, ballet and modern dance.
Maybe she will also choose to give one of her mother’s favorite hobbies a ride and put on an apron to make some delicious treats in the cooking club.
Apart from other activities to indulge in – such as woodworking, judo, music technology and fencing – the little royals will be aware of a skill they must have down to a fine art when they are full-time working royals.
The club, which will be incredibly helpful to George and Charlotte, will speak publicly.
Since the young royals have a future ahead of them, which will consist of speaking and performing in public, it is highly likely that they will get a head start now.
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