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Prince William ‘finally wins’ in major decision over George’s future leaving Kate ‘heartbroken’: ‘She’ll miss him terribly’

George's future has been decided

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Prince William “finally” took victory with a major decision over Prince George‘s future, according to one insider.

The decision about the youngster’s future schooling was said to have left Kate heartbroken, as she will miss her son “terribly”.

Prince George, Kate Middleton, Princess Charlotte, Prince William
Kate has lost in a fight with William over George’s future (Credit: CoverImages.com)

William ‘finally wins’ over Kate in major decision over George’s future

The Prince of Wales finally has his wish regarding George’s future, it has been reported.

It has been reported that Prince George, 10, will be attending Eton boarding school when it’s time for him to go to secondary school.

Kate Middleton has reportedly been fighting against William’s plans to send their eldest son to the elite boarding school. However, it seems as though William finally has his wish for his son to follow in his footsteps.

Speaking to In Touch Weekly, a source said: “Kate long disagreed with her husband about sending him away, even though it’s tradition. Kate thinks sending him to such a stuffy, upper-crust institution goes against all of their efforts to modernise the monarchy.”

Prince George, Kate Middleton, Princess Charlotte, Prince William
The Princess of Wales is “heartbroken” to be losing her son to Eton (Credit: CoverImages.com)

Kate will ‘miss’ George ‘terribly’ after William decision

The source then continued. “Plus, she’ll miss George desperately. She and William argued about it for years, but he has finally won,” they then said.

Prince William began attending Eton back in 1995. He boarded at the school during the week and would visit the late Queen at Windsor Castle on the weekends.

Kate reportedly “gave in” after acknowledging George’s desire to follow in his father’s footsteps and attend the £15,432-per-term school.

“But she’s still heartbroken. She was horribly bullied at her first boarding school, and can’t bear the thought of George suffering through that,” the source added.

However, Kate still has plenty of time with her eldest, as he won’t be enrolling in the school until he’s 13.

ED! has contacted Kensington Palace for comment.

George growing up fast

Last month, Prince George astonished royal fans when he attended a football match with dad Prince William.

The keen Aston Villa supporters went to watch their team play.

However, with clips of George surfacing on social media, onlookers couldn’t help but feel sentimental at how fast the future king is growing up.

“Prince George is growing up so fast. A handsome young lad,” one user on X, formerly known as Twitter, wrote.

“It was such a lovely surprise to see #PrinceWilliam and his son today at the football game. And wow #PrinceGeorge is growing so fast,” another person wrote.

“Really happy to see Prince William and Prince George… obviously at an Aston Villa game. George is super tall, I can’t believe he’s only 10,” a third remarked.

“We will blink, and handsome Prince George will be as tall as his dad!” a fourth said.

It certainly seems as if Kate’s first baby is growing up fast. George turns 11 this summer.

Read more: William and Kate in ‘difficult position as they’re accused of not pulling their weight’

Prince George: A King For The Future is on Channel 5 Saturday (May 18) at 8.30pm.

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Robert Emlyn Slater
Senior Writer