Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have started sending their son, Archie to a nursery school, but his classmates do not know he is royal.
There are pictures of Prince William and Kate’s children attending nursery school for the first time in London. Aside from that, we have even seen photos of Princess Charlott wearing a pinafore dress, and Prince George in royally-mandated shorts.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Send Archie To An Unorthodox School
However, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s son Archie, 2, seems to be getting a more California-style education. The nursery school, where Duke and Duchess of Sussex are sending their son, teaches sustainability, mindfulness, emotional literacy, and other similar things.
In other words, the school Archie is attending is less traditional than the Thomas’s Battersea Prep School that his royal cousins attend. According to a report by The Mirror, follows less traditional rules than the California PreKs, where most celebrities send their kids.
Harry and Meghan may be going against convention by not forcing their son to go to a boarding school. However, the Cambridges still have a long way to go before reaching a Sussex-level royalty trailblazing.
Archie Is Keeping A Low-Profile
Archie’s parents are two of the most popular people in the world. However, he has been able to keep a low profile at his California preschool. A parent at the school told The Mirror that none of the kids know that Archie is a member of the British royal family.
“They don’t know his parents are royalty, and probably wouldn’t care—unless Meghan was a Disney princess,” the source explained.
According to the unnamed parent, Meghan, Harry and other parents have been unperturbed about the whole monarchy thing.
“Harry often drops Archie off and picks him up, and seems like a good dad,” the parent added.
The school emphasizes compassion for one another, and care for the environment. The classes include butterflies, hummingbirds, fruit trees, and gardens for the kids to look after. Moreover, it teaches everything from coding to dance to Spanish.
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