The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are moving to Queen’s Windsor Estate and these are the very familiar pastimes their children will be able to indulge in
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are moving to Queen’s Windsor Estate soon, to live in Adelaide Cottage, and here are the activities of their three children Prince George, Princess Charlotteand Prince Louis can enjoy nearby…
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It’s well documented that the royal couple are huge tennis fans; they attend Wimbledon every year and Kate Middleton is a member of the Hurlingham Club in west London. But the good news is that there is a prestigious tennis club near the Duchess’s new home.
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The Windsor Lawn Tennis Club is right on the doorstep of their new home and facilities are available year round.
Plus, they also have classes for toddlers, starting at four years old.
Speaking to Hello!’s Maylita Edwards, Amalie Kvamsoe, who works at the club, said: “I’m sure the Cambridges will enjoy the social aspect as well. There are parties and tournaments – that’s a really good community.”
The Cambridges are big tennis fans
As well as tennis, there is a polo club nearby, and the Guards Polo Club is very popular.
The Club was founded in 1955 with the late Prince Philip and served as its President. The Duke’s love of polo has been passed down to his sons, who both play. There is therefore every chance that his athletic children will want to try it too. The club is at the forefront of polo support for children, boys and girls.
In addition to hobbies with their parents, the children will have the chance to learn new skills at their new school, Lambrook.
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On site, there is a nine-hole golf course, a 25-metre swimming pool and a large gym, so there will be plenty of opportunities for the princes and princess to hang out.
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The activities offered by the private school are numerous and the official website lists them as follows: “Agriculture, beekeeping, chess, mountain biking, fencing, judo, fencing, filmmaking , Squash, Scuba Diving, Squash, Songwriting, Mini Masterchef, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Golf, Polo, Podcasting, Sewing, Skiing, Swimming, Tennis, Lifesaving, Survival, Debating and public speaking.”
We are sure the little ones will be very busy!
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