That’s why the Brits often use the word “One”, instead of “You”.
I don’t think even a Brit would’ve said, “Where do one’s kids go to school?”
The French use “on,” sorta like “one,” when they mean we. You (one) must be very careful around them, sometimes an observation or question is actually a proposition, e.g., “One is sleeping at your place tonight?”
Also, if you say yes twice, it’s like “I do” at the altar.