Sophie and Prince Edward are the parents of two children, Lady Louise Windsor, 16, and James, Viscount Severn, 12.
Over the years, the young royals have attended events with their parents such as the royal Christmas Day church service and Trooping the Colour.
They are thought to have a close relationship with the Royal Family and the Queen.
This shows in where they have been educated, as it has a sweet link to the members of the Royal Family.
Lady Louise reportedly attended St George’s School, before she moved to St Mary’s School in 2017.
James, Viscount Severn is also thought to have attended St George’s School, which is a mixed independent school.
The school is based next to Windsor Castle which has a special link to the family as it is where Sophie and Prince Edward tied the knot.
Not only that, the school is very near the Queen’s home at Windsor Castle, which is thought to be one of her favourite residences.
Sophie and Prince Edward probably had endless choices when picking where their children would be educated.
However, being close to home seems to be an important factor for the couple.
Sophie and Prince Edward could have made a point to choose one near them, according to Murray Morrison, education expert and the founder of Tassomai.com.
He said: “Given the Wessexes spend a good deal of their time in the area around Windsor and Ascot, and the range of excellent schools nearby, it seems an obvious choice for them.
“Families realise the greater benefits of closeness: the ability to have more weekends together and to be able to attend events like concerts and plays.”
This is different from some members of the Royal Family who have been educated away from home at boarding school.
Murray added: “Certainly many families looking at private schools tend to favour options that are local.”
Sophie joined the Royal Family when she married Prince Edward 21-years-ago.
She is thought to have a close relationship with her in-laws and is even considered an ally of the Queen.