Of course a royal life wouldn't be complete without some expensive extra-curricular activities – and these usually start young.
Horse-riding lessons in Surrey cost around £55 for an hour of personal tuition and sadly isn't included in your private school fees. If your child chooses to have a riding lesson each week of term then you'll need to cover 30 lessons each year from the age of 5 to age 15. The total costs for riding the royal way could set you back £18,300 (assuming you don't buy them a horse of their own).
Music lessons will also have to be paid for on top of school fees. Termly music lessons at Eton, another school popular with royal children, will set you back £262. Learning an instrument means investing in an instrument. Cellos – played by at least one member of the current royal family - cost from £1,850. If your child is really musical and learns the cello and the piano too, music fees could total £8,138.