Prince William and Kate Middleton are allegedly struggling to reach an agreement when it comes to their son’s future school.

In its May 2 issue, Life & Style claimed that Prince William and Middleton couldn’t agree on whether Prince George should go to a boarding school. And the back and forth has been taking a toll on their marriage.

The source said that Prince William was 8 years old when he went to Ludgrove, so he thinks that now is the best time for Prince George to also go to the same school.

“It took a while to adjust, but once he did, William loved it. Kate, on the other hand, can’t fathom what it would be like coming home after a busy day and not being able to see George’s face. The very thought brings her to tears,” the source said.

The insider claimed that the Duke of Cambridge is more insistent about Prince George going to a boarding school.

“Their goal is to modernize the monarchy, not follow old, stuffy traditions. But William is still demanding that George go to boarding school just like he did,” the source said.

In March, In Touch Weekly claimed that Prince William and Middleton agreed to transfer Prince George to a different school because he was being bullied by his classmates.

“Some of the kids think George gets special treatment from teachers and everyone else at the school. So, students will shun him. A few have even had birthday parties and made it a point to not invite him. Then they’ll rub it afterward by telling him how amazing the day at the escape room or theme park was. It’s so cruel,” the source said.

The source also claimed that some of the students pinned an incident on Prince George because they noticed that the teachers never scold him.

“A group of students went on a weekend camping trip and one of the boys snuck some sweets, which isn’t allowed. Someone blamed George, who took the fall for it, probably because he knew the bullying would just get worse if he revealed who the real culprit was,” the source said.

However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt.

As of late, there’s no proof that Prince William and Middleton are butting heads when it comes to Prince George’s future school.