If true, Kate and Wills' decision to send George to a mixed school would break royal tradition, as both William and Harry attended an all-boys school.
A source told the publication: 'The word on the street is that his parents want co-education and boarding when he leaves prep school'.
The headmaster of Brighton College felt that it would be "groundbreaking" for the royals to make such a decision.
In fact, according to 2017 figures on where students from Thomas's Battersea, the southwest London school Prince George attends, will be going to senior school upon leaving, most children went to co-educational schools than to boys-only schools.
He added that it reflected the "feeling of modern parents who feel increasingly strongly that segregating their sons from their daughters is unnatural and not obvious preparation for a world where women and men are equal partners at work". "Their Royal Highnesses are delighted to have found a school where they are confident George will have a happy and successful start to his education", the palace said in a statement. However, the pair has been open about their interest in sending their son to co-ed school.
They are, in many respects, the traditional royal family. "Like so many parents, the Duke and Duchess have put a great deal of thought into the choice of their eldest child's first 'big school'".
And in a recent interview, his father Prince William revealed Prince George is a fan of classic Disney movies.
Unfortunately it was just weeks after his mother Kate had announced her third pregnancy and was suffering from extreme morning sickness, so was unable to attend.
"He quite likes The Lion King", Prince William said. "We've watched that a few times". "She was desperately sad that she couldn't make it but she is on firm bed rest now until she feels better".