Prince William and Kate Middleton have allegedly agreed to send Prince George to boarding school.

In its August 2 issue, New Idea claimed that Prince George’s recent birthday was what convinced the Cambridges to send him to a boarding school.

After all, Prince William was also 8 years old when Prince Charles and Princess Diana sent him to a boarding school.

If the plans materialize, Prince George will allegedly be studying at Ludgrove in Berkshire just like Prince William.

“William and Kate have recently visited schools in the Berkshire area, which has got a lot of people talking,” the source said.

The speculations about Prince George’s new school also heightened amid claims that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are looking for a property to own in the area.

However, Prince George’s boarding school experience won’t be the same as his peers. After all, he would be under a specialized system wherein he could split his time between the boarding school and at home.

Other students enrolled at boarding schools are not able to go home until the end of the term or when there’s a special occasion or holiday.

As of late, Prince George is still enrolled at Thomas’s Battersea alongside his younger sister, Princess Charlotte.

Prince William and Middleton have not said anything about potentially transferring him elsewhere.

Meanwhile, Prince George also made headlines recently because he just turned 8 years old.

Even though the young royal didn’t have a huge party, he was able to spend time with his family.

According to reports, Prince George was able to Zoom with Queen Elizabeth on his birthday.

Middleton also shared a photo of her eldest son on his birthday via Kensington Palace’s official Instagram account.

In the snap, Prince George is smiling from ear to ear as he sits on a blue Land Rover Defender.

According to Town & Country, Prince William and Middleton must have placed Prince George on the car as a tribute to Prince Philip.

After all, the Duke of Edinburgh used to drive Land Rovers throughout his life. The company also received Prince Philip’s Royal Warrant 40 years ago.

Following his death, Prince Philip’s coffin was placed on a Land Rover Defender that he customized 18 years before his passing.

Prince Philip passed away at the age of 99.