Meghan Markle has changed her life a lot since meeting Prince Harry. But if the Duchess of Sussex has spent a lot of time getting acquainted with British customs, history and the role of the royal family in the country, she may not want the same for her children.
According to some sources, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want their children to grow up by discovering their American roots. And, they could even send them to an American school. We share the details, to come.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle plan an American school for their children
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex want their children to grow up as normally as possible. However, that does not exactly mean sending them to the residential school in the United States. Instead, prospective parents are considering an American school in the UK.
"The Duchess of Sussex, Pregnant, and the Duke of Sussex would consider sending their firstborn to the private, mixed school ACS Egham International School in Egham, Surrey," E! New reports. "Formerly known as the American Community School, ACS offers an American program for students aged 4 to 18," they confirm.
It is located near their future family home in Windsor
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might be attracted to the American curiculum – after all, their children will be half American – but maybe the location is what makes them want to send Baby Sussex and their future kids to ACS . The school is located near Great Windsor Park, very close to the future family home of parents, Frogmore Cottage.
They are preparing for the future
Although they have a few years before sending their firstborn to school, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex study education in advance because the early years pass quickly. Not to mention: entering a private school – even as a king – can take a long time; so it may be best to lock in their child's education in advance.
They want a diversified education for their children
Education is important for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and they "think they want a more diverse education for their child," said a source. E! New. To send them to an American school in Britain could offer what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are looking for.
Meghan Markle wants their children to discover her heritage
Meghan Markle sacrificed a lot for her new life. However, she does not want to erase her American heritage and hopes that Baby Sussex and all future children will learn where their other side of the family comes from. "Meghan also wants his child to be fully aware of his American heritage," confirmed a source E! New.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will encourage a life outside of royalty
Even though they can not escape their status as king, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle plan to raise their children in a normal setting and hope to encourage them to pursue a career outside the royal family.
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