Prince William said he and his wife Kate Middleton were currently looking for schools for his son Prince George. The tot, who will turn 3 in July, is studying at the local Westacre Montessori nursery in Norfolk. The school is a short drive from the two-year-old’s home Anmer Hall at the queen’s Sandringham Estate, where he lives with his parents and younger sister.

The 33-year-old British royal has a solo engagement at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London. William opened the Ralph Lauren Centre for Breast Cancer Research at the hospital on Tuesday. The Duke of Cambridge was speaking to patients as he visited the hospital in his capacity as president.

The royal was accompanied by the American designer Ralph Lauren and his wife Ricky Anne Loew-Beer in touring the new breast cancer research centre. The centre has been named after the designer following his generous donation. One Kathryn England asked him how his children George and Princess Charlotte were doing.

He said he was already looking for schools for his first-born. He added that his kids were “noisy” but “lovely.” George will be one of the youngest in his school year as he will celebrate his third birthday in July. He will start school in September 2017 after he turns four.

George has reportedly been enrolled at the Wetherby Preparatory School, a prestigious boys’ school just half a mile from Kensington Palace in Bryanston Square, London. It is the same school that his dad and Uncle Prince Harry attended as kids. The little royal will attend the school only next year, which charges a whopping $38,000 a year.

William and his younger brother Harry attended Wetherby in 1989, before they left for Eton feeder Ludgrove prep. It was also reported earlier that the tot would attend Beeston Hall School in Cromer on the coast north of Norwich. However, it is not yet known where William and his wife Kate Middleton would want to send George.