Prince George currently goes to school in Battersea (Image: Getty Images)

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2021 has been a year of real upheaval and adjustment for many across the country – and it seems that it could also bring change for Prince George.

Prince William and Kate Middleton's oldest son will be turning eight this month and it's been reported that his parents might be packing him off to the Royal County of Berkshire – just a couple of hours outside of London.

The county is close to the family's heart, as Kate's parents own a seven-bedroom, Grade II listed property, Bucklebury Manor, in the area. Sophie and Prince Edward's Bagshot Park residence is also in Berkshire.

Family-ties aside, it's been speculated that the pair would like to send Prince George to school in the Berkshire countryside.

Where does Prince George go to school?

Prince George joins his sister on her first day at Thomas's school in Battersea
(Image: Getty Images)

George currently attends Thomas's School – a prep school based in Battersea, south west London.

Princess Charlotte also goes to Thomas's, whilst little Louis attends Willcocks Nursery in Kensington.

William went to Ludgrove School in Berkshire from the age of eight, as did his brother Prince Harry, so it's thought the new little prince could do the same.

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Both William and Harry went on to attend the famous private school Eton.

It was recently reported by The Daily Mail, that William and Kate had been enquiring about schools in the Berkshire area, as well as nearby real estate.

If they did decide to move to Berkshire, they'd have plenty of family and friends close-by.

The close family currently live in London, but could leave for Berkshire together
(Image: PA)

It has been speculated that it's more likely the family would stay based in London during term time and opt for flexi boarding options for the children in Berkshire, although nothing has been confirmed yet.

The report disclosed that the family don't plan to stay in London long-term, so maybe a move to the rolling hills of Berkshire is on the cards.

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A source told the Daily Mail: "Nothing has been decided and of course they could very well decide to keep the children at Thomas’s, but William and Kate have recently visited schools in the Berkshire area, which has got a lot of people talking."

The report made it clear that the pair plan to use Kensington Palace as their London base, and will continue to do so even after becoming Prince and Princess of Wales.