While the royal baby has not yet been born, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are considering sending their child to a school in Britain with an American curriculum.
Kensington Palace has yet to release an official comment on the matter, but the couple is "thought to want a more diverse education for their child", and Markle is "keen for her child to be fully aware of his or her American heritage”, reported celebrity news site E! News.
According to E! News, the royal couple is said to be considering sending their firstborn to the private, co-ed ACS Egham International School in Egham, Surrey.
Formerly known as the American Community School, ACS offers an American curriculum to students aged four to 18. It is also located opposite Windsor Great Park, close to the couple's future home, Frogmore Cottage, on the Windsor estate.
Meghan was born and raised in Los Angeles and attended the all-girls Immaculate Heart High School. While William and Harry both went to Eton College for boys. William and Kate Middleton's eldest son, Prince George, 5, started attending the British co-ed Thomas' London Day School last year.
As for her due date, the Duchess Of Sussex reportedly told one member of the crowd at Birkenhead in January that she was six months pregnant, and shared with another that her due date is around April.