Prince Harry and Meghan eyeing American school for royal baby Sussex - reports

Meghan and Prince Harry. (Photo: Getty Images)
Meghan and Prince Harry. (Photo: Getty Images)

Cape Town – The Duke and Duchess of Sussex may forgo another royal tradition when it comes to their unborn child.

The royal couple are reportedly planning to send royal baby Sussex to an American school.

E! News reports that Harry and Meghan are eyeing the private, co-ed ACS Egham International School - formerly known as the American Community School - in Egham, Surrey.

According to its website, the school “is the first and only school in the UK fully authorised to offer all four International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes (an American curriculum), providing all our students with a globally-recognised, reassuringly independent, and seamless route to success – both in and out of the classroom.”

ACS offers classes to students aged between 4 and 18 years and is conveniently located a short distance from Harry and Meghan’s future home, Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor estate.


Meanwhile, Prince George attended nursery school at Westacre Montessori School and is now at Thomas’s Battersea, Town and Country reports.

Princess Charlotte is currently attending Willcocks Nursery School and will join her big brother at Thomas’s Battersea when she is of age.

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