Monarchy: Children of the Danish crown prince at school in Verbier – Switzerland

The children of the Crown Prince of Denmark will go to school in Switzerland. They will spend twelve weeks from Monday at the Lemania school in Verbier (VS). Their parents want to “give them a common experience in an international environment”.

At the end of this quarter, the princes Christian, 14, Isabella, 12, and the twins Vincent and Josephine – who will celebrate their nine years on Wednesday – will return to the benches of their current classes in Gentofte, at the gates of Copenhagen, a said the Royal House in a statement released Friday by the Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ).

Their mother, Princess Mary, will stay with them in the bagnarde station. Its activities in Denmark will therefore be reduced. Crown Prince Frederik will join his family when his schedule allows. According to the press, the princely family regularly spends their holidays in Verbier.

The Lemania-Verbier International School is an international bilingual school in French and English for children aged three to fourteen. (Ps / nxp)

Created: 03.01.2020, 11h25

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