The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enrolled their three children, George, Charlotte, and Louis, at the establishment after moving onto a property on the Windsor Castle estate.
However, The Mirror reports that one mum has said people are ‘p***ed off’ with the attention Lambrook is now getting.
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She reportedly told the news outlet: “Many of us worry things like the carol service will now become more formal and won’t be the sweet, laid-back affair they usually are.
“Parents are picturing armed police in trees and in the corridors – they don’t want their kids witnessing it.
“There are no electric gates, but that may change with the royal kids coming. It’ll no longer be so easy to come and go.
“It’s certainly not the same school and vibe we signed the kids up for, and most parents I’ve spoken to feel the same.”
At Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s previous school, Thomas’s Battersea, it is believed they were monitored discreetly by armed royal guards.
In June 2018, a man pleaded guilty to plotting a number of terror attacks that included targeting the facility.
Another incident occurred in 2017 when a woman caused a security scare after revealing she was able to walk through the gate and one of the main entrance doors that were left open.
Despite facing backlash from parents, the headmaster of Lambrook, Jonathan Perry, is excited about the royals joining the school.
He has said: “The school is delighted for the royal children to join them and we very much look forward to welcoming the family, as well as all of our new pupils, to our school community.”
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