Princess Kate shares insight into helping Prince George ahead of his exams

Princess Kate

Kate shares how she helps Prince George study for exams

Dorothy Reddin

By Dorothy Reddin

Published: 03/10/2023

- 19:02

Updated: 03/10/2023

- 19:01

The Princess of Wales will not attend the Earthshot Prize Awards in November due to George's exams

Princess Kate explained how she is helping Prince George prepare for his maths exam, during an outing to Fitzalan High School in Cardiff today.

The Princess of Wales announced she would not accompany Prince William to the Earthshot Prize Awards in Singapore this November, in order to help the 10-year-old study.

Kate told pupils today: "I've been helping George prepare for his exams coming up, so I know how hard maths can be.

"George is just at the beginning of getting tested.

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"He says, 'Mummy, I keep getting tested all the time!'"

Kate was speaking to sixth form students, who were busy prepping for their A-Level exams.

The upcoming Earthshot Prize Awards will take place on November 7, which coincides with Prince George's exams the same week.

George, 10, is in Year 6 at Lambrook school in Berkshire.

Princess Kate

Kate stepped out in Cardiff today


Princess Kate

Princess Kate won't attend the Earthshot Prize Awards this year


The prince is likely to be sitting entrance exams for his future private school, located very near his home Adelaide Cottage.

Speculation has mounted that the young royal may attend Eton College, like his father William and uncle Harry.

Or, George could decide to attend Kate's former school, Marlborough College, which was also attended by Princess Eugenie.

The Prince and Princess of Wales stepped out today to celebrate the start of Black History Month.

Princess Kate

Princess Kate wore a pinstripe suit today


Prince William and Princess Kate

Kate and William in Cardiff today


The couple visited Fitzalan High School to hear from students about what they had learned.

The school has one of the most diverse student bodies in Wales.

Several of its students are direct relatives of the Windrush Cymru Elders and are from a variety of backgrounds.

In fact, 70 percent of pupils speak English as their second language.

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