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A lot has happened in Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor’s first year of life. But perhaps most significant is the decision by his parents, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, to relocate to California. That’s a move believed to become permanent. As Archie is a year old now, time is near when his school will begin. And it could be probably in this summer. There are weird British Royal Family betting odds this summer on online sportsbooks sites in U.K. Predicting which country will Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor attend his first year of school.
British Royal Family Betting Odds: U.K or U.S
While the move could be seen as a natural one. Los Angeles is Meghan’s hometown and the city where her mother lives. Everything the couple does has generated curiosity over where and how the Sussexes will build their life there. From the moment Harry and Meghan announced their plan to step down as senior members of the Royal Family, he has made it clear keeping his family safe is his top priority.
During his first public speech following his family’s decision, Harry said he wished for “a more peaceful life” for himself, Meghan and Archie.
Katie Nicholl, royal reporter and author of Harry and Meghan: Life, Loss, Love told “Harry went to Eton, which he didn’t love, and so he may not want Archie to go there. I think they might choose a co-ed school. And possibly even an American school. I’m told Meghan is keen to ensure that her culture and heritage is reflected in the way they bring up their son. Archie will celebrate Independence Day and Thanksgiving along with the major British festivities and holidays. So there is every chance they could be considering an international school.”
According to the weird British Royal Family betting odds this summer on 22Bet Sportsbook, Archie will get his schooling done from Great Britain having 2.38 on the table. Whereas US is not so far behind with the odds of 3.
Is Archie’s Schooling going to be the same as other Royal Children?
If you look at where and when royal children have attended school in the past, Prince George, 5, began at Westacre Montessori School at two-and-a-half years old. Princess Charlotte, 4, attended Willcocks Nursery School at the same age, and Prince Louis, 1, is likely follow Charlotte’s footsteps. Prince William and Prince Harry were the first generation of royals to stray from tradition. They attended an actual nursery school. Rather than homeschooling at Buckingham Palace. Only time will tell what Harry and Meghan ultimately decide for baby Archie’s schooling, according to gambling sites in the UK.