Prince George's new school vulnerable to terror attacks, claim local residents

Marie Harrington
September 7, 2017

The Prince's start at the London school, where annual fees reach nearly £18,000, marks the beginning of a new life for the Cambridge family as they settle in the capital to support the Queen in her duties full-time.

Kensington Palace didn't announce the due date for the fifth-in-line to the throne on Monday, but given that the Duchess is less than 12 weeks pregnant, the baby should be born sometime between mid-March and mid-April. However, since she has hyperemesis gravidarum, a condition that causes severe morning sickness and will impede her royal duties, she needed to make an announcement sooner rather than later.

The Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital will also increase security for its royal guest, so it's likely that security will be placed outside. After officially announcing her third pregnancy, Kate Middleton discovered the trial verdict regarding the case of photos of her bare breasts, unveiled in Closer, in 2012.

He said: "We need Catherine to get over this first bit and then we can start celebrating. It's always a bit anxious to start with, but she's well".

It is understood a decision over whether the Duchess of Cambridge will accompany George to his new school will be made in the morning.

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Prince Andrew famously leaped past his older sibling, Princess Anne, making him second in line to the throne after his brother, Prince Charles, when he was born in 1960.

The Duchess suspended all Royal engagements as a result of the illness, for which she has previously been hospitalised.

One resident, doctor Sarah Burnett-Moore, filmed herself entering Thomas's Battersea school unchallenged, after the wrought iron gate and a main entrance door were left open, reports The Daily Telegraph.

The school, where fees cost from £17,604 ($31,828) a year, has been described by the Good Schools Guide as: "A big, busy, slightly chaotic school for cosmopolitan parents who want their children to have the best English education money can buy. That is what they want and, to a large degree, that is what they get".

The young prince and his classmates will be taught a range of subjects and activities from ballet and art to drama, French, music and physical education.

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