It’s GCSE results day! It’s a nerve wracking time for everyone who has poured all their free time into studying for their exams.
However, have you ever wondered what grades your favourite royals received when they took their GCSEs and A-levels?
Let’s take a look at how they got on when they were taking their exams…
Royal family GCSE and A-level results
He left school with 12 GCSEs, and went on to achieve three A-levels, including an A in geography, an A in history of art and a C in biology.
The Duke of Sussex left Eton with 11 GCSEs, and his A-level results included a B in art and a D in geography.
The Duchess of Cambridge received 11 GCSEs and 3 A-levels, an A in maths, A in art and B in English. She graduated from St. Andrews with a 2:1 in History of Art.
Princess Diana failed her GSCEs (then O-levels) twice, but she did excel in deportment when she attended finishing school in Switzerland.
Prince Charles left school with 5 GCSEs (then O-levels) and 2 A-levels, including a B in History and a C in French.
She speaks French fluently, but surprisingly (or not surprisingly), the Queen has never taken any exams and therefore has no GCSEs or A-levels. As a child she was taught by a governess from 9.30am until 11am and her mother and father believing it was more important for the future monarch to have fun.
Prince Andrew’s eldest daughter achieved 9 GCSEs, including two A*s with her best grades in history and drama. She got As in French and art, with Bs in all other subjects.
She has 9 GCSEs, including two A*s, four As and three Bs.
Growing up in the USA, Meghan’s school system was very different to what we know in the UK. However, the Duchess of Sussex was said to be a keen performer during her high school years and went on to university to study Theatre and International Relations.
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