Prince George has reportedly been enrolled at the same London-based school as his dad Prince William and uncle Prince Harry. It is being reported that the 2-year-old will attend Wetherby Preparatory School, a prestigious boys' school just half a mile from Kensington Palace in Bryanston Square, London. The little royal will attend the school only next year, which charges $38,000 a year.

If the little royal studies at the school, it clearly indicates that his parents Prince William and Kate Middleton will move to their home at Kensington Palace in London. The couple will then have to leave behind their country home Anmer Hall in Norfolk. Kate will also have to give up her countryside upbringing for her two kids.

The move will also allow the royal couple to give a helping hand to Queen Elizabeth II with her work. The British royal will turn 90 on April 21 and will be reducing her workload. The move to London will give an opportunity to William and Kate to help the queen with her various royal engagements.

Meanwhile, George will wear the famous uniform of Wetherby. The striking uniform of the pre-preparatory school consists of a red tie, gray cap, a matching gray blazer with red trims and navy shorts. The uniform is completed with gray socks and brown shoes.

However, Kensington Palace declined to comment on the topic. William and his younger brother Harry attended Wetherby in 1989, before they left for Eton feeder Ludgrove prep. The stylish mom is known for being thrifty and recycling outfits and royal watchers believe that little George may wear his dad’s old uniform.

Earlier it was reported that George would attend Beeston Hall School in Cromer on the coast north of Norwich. This will only become a reality after the tot finishes pre-school at Westacre Montessori nursery. When George attends Wetherby, the family of four will have to move to their apartment in Kensington Palace.

The palace was renovated at the cost of $8.5 million in 2014. All this, according to Daily Mail, was done with taxpayer-funded money.