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Queen Margrethe II’s grandson Christian and granddaughter Isabella will not study at the Herlufsholm School, the Danish Royal Family has confirmed.
The decision was announced by Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederick just weeks after allegations emerged of a violent culture filled with abuse and bullying at the school.
Reports also claim students have accused the school and its staff of covering up their stories of abuse.
Bullying allegations were even included in a documentary on Denmark’s state-owned TV2 network.
Herlufsholm, which was founded in 1565 for Danish nobility and is located some 80km outside of Copenhagen, costs £6,141 for day students and £18,185 for boarders.
In a statement, the Crown Prince Couple said: “As we have previously stated, we are deeply shaken by the reports that have come out about Herlufsholm recently.
“We have also made it clear that, as parents of a child at the school, we expect that the school will do what it must do to rectify the unacceptable conditions.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK