A famous director was briefly educated at a private Hampshire school which has since closed.
Many celebrities spent time in the county during their youth.
Hollywood actor Daniel Day-Lewis, singer Lily Allen and model-turned-actress Cara Delevingne were all educated at Bedales School in Petersfield.
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Guy Ritchie, known for making hits like Aladdin and Sherlock Holmes, also spent time at a private school in Hampshire.
The director, also known for his former marriage to pop star Madonna, is said to have attended 10 schools in total.
He was a pupil at notable schools such as Windlesham House School in West Sussex, as well as Stanbridge Earls School in Romsey.
Standbridge Earls was an independent special school which educated children aged 10-19.
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The school specializes in teaching and helping students with dyslexia, developmental coordination disorders and mild Asperger syndrome.
A grade II Tudor mansion formed the school which was situated on land that covered 54 acres of countryside.
Ritchie attended school in the early 1980s but was expelled at the age of 15, apparently due to drug use.
Not much else is known about his time at the Hampshire school, but Ritchie said he often finds himself struggling and learned nothing during his studies.
In 2013, Stanbridge Earls School closed following a number of controversies that resulted in downsizing of students which led to financial ruin.
Last month, Ritchie returned to Hampshire and was spotted in Farnborough filming action scenes for his new, untitled film due out in 2022.
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