Ever since they stepped back from their royal duties earlier this year, royal fans have been speculating what their next moves will be and how their life will change away from the traditional royal lifestyle. A question that many royal fans have been asking themselves is where Archie, who is now one-years-old, will go to school when he is old enough.
The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex made the move from Vancouver to LA and have been “living in a secluded compound,” according to TMZ reports.
While Prince Harry was educated at Eton, Meghan Markle grew up in LA, so there is a chance Archie will follow her steps when it comes to his education.
The former actress attended the Hollywood Schoolhouse, a private pre-school and primary school.
According to the academic institution’s website, the fees are currently between $21,000 and $27,500 per year.
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The website says it “nurtures, supports, and inspires children by blending traditional educational philosophy with innovative and progressive instruction.”
After Royal author Leslie Carroll told Fox News: “[The Duke and Duchess’] move to Meghan’s hometown of LA, with its thriving and vibrant multicultural environment, will offer Archie the chance in his most developmental years to experience a totally heterogeneous, multiracial population.
She continued: “The experiences that Archie will receive as a baby in America, where he can regularly see other kids who resemble him, will be invaluable as he grows up.”
But Prince Harry has been warned the Queen will “watch carefully” as the pair take the next steps into their independent life with Archie.
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Speaking to ET, royal expert Katie Nicholl said: “We are seeing Harry and Meghan do something that hasn’t actually been done.
“I think it’s the case of the Palace watching and waiting to see what they’ll do. And they will be watching, and they’ll be watching very closely.”
The royal commentator continued: “There is a sense of trepidation about the couple going at making a business alone.
“They are testing the water and anything that smacks of cashing in on their royal connections or over-commercialisation is going to meet a very prickly response from the Palace.
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A question that many royal fans have been asking themselves is where Archie, who is now one-years-old, will go to school when he is old enough
“Meghan and Harry are thinking very hard about what they want to do, how they are going to make money.
“Public speaking is absolutely going to be one of the key ways for them to make money but I think they are going to be very careful about what they speak publicly about.”
Ms Nicholl added: “It’s certainly not going to be about life behind palace walls.”
In April, the couple released a statement announcing the name of their new project, Archewell, and what its purpose will be, adding that, for the time being, they wanted to concentrate their efforts in helping however they could during the coronavirus crisis.
In April, Harry and Meghan released a statement announcing the name of their new project, Archewell
A source told Vanity Fair: “They are in no hurry to launch Archewell, they want to get it right, that’s really important to them.
“This is something that they want to do for the rest of their lives so they’re not going to be pressured into launching something that’s still in the relatively early stages of development.”
A source added: “Everything they’re doing at the moment is part of Archewell.
“Whether COVID, BLM or their ongoing charity work, it’s all part of how they’re working on Archewell and developing their work and focus going forward.
“Their team have been working on hate speech issues, and tech-for-good behind the scenes since the beginning of the year.
“It was the focus of their visit to Stanford in February.”