Far from rough-and-tumble nurseries and comprehensive schools, both William and Harry were privately educated at expensive institutions.
They included being sent to Mrs Maynors’ Nursery – now The Minors Nursery School – which currently costs a whopping £4,300 per term for mornings alone and £7,685 in the second year for a full day.
Recalling what Harry was like there, his old teacher Ms Levin said: “He seemed happiest in his own little world, left alone to get on with what he wanted to do and how he wanted to do it, without interference.”
The princes were then sent to Wetherby Preparatory School, in Notting Hill, which now costs £8,945 per term and boasts alumni including Hugh Grant, Romeo Beckham and Elizabeth Hurley’s son Damian.
In a sweet photo from 1989, a young Prince Harry, then five or six, grinned cheekily at his brother while standing on the school steps alongside Diana.
Harry, who also attended Ludgrove School in Berkshire, would go on to attend Eton College, which currently charges £46,000 per year, between 1998 and 2003.
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