After several years in London, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children are said to be about to move. Kate Middleton and her husband, Prince William, could indeed leave the frenzy of the British capital for the Berkshire countryside. A way to bring Georges, Charlotte and Louis closer to their illustrious great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. We tell you more.
It’s been a few months since the rumor swelled. It could finally be confirmed. According to English newspapers, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are about to move. And if the British people have long thought that Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, would not leave London until the death of Queen Elizabeth II, and therefore the rise to the throne of Prince Charles, it would seem that it could happen much sooner.
Kate Middleton and Prince William go green
According to the latest information, revealed by the magazine Hello !, the princely couple could move this summer ! A decision that the parents of the Cambridge clan would have taken to promote the well-being of Georges, who will also celebrate his nine years next July, Charlotte and Louis. After several years spent in one of the Kensington Palace apartments in London, the small family could therefore put their luggage in a house located 80 km west of the capital, in the Berkshire countryside..
A relative of the couple has also entrusted to the Times that the prince and his wife were “quite restricted in what they could do in London”. Before continuing : “The children cannot go to the park and play football with friends. Their plan is to live there for the next ten or fifteen years”. A desire to go green confirmed by several other sources, some even claiming that Kate Middleton and Prince William are said to be planning to invest Adelaide Cottage, a four-bedroom royal residence located not far from Windsor Castlewhere the Queen has lived full-time since the first lockdown.
Change of school in perspective for Georges, Charlotte and Louis?
A new address that would allow the small family to getting closer to Queen Elizabeth II, weakened for a few months already, but also the parents of Kate Middleton and her brother James who all live in this county in the south of England. It is also here that Pippa, James and Catherine spent a good part of their childhood. If the project goes through, the Duke and Duchess will still keep their London base, in which they have lived since 2017, for obvious royal obligations. Their press service will remain established there. They will also keep Anmer Hall, their Norfolk country house, to which they are particularly attached.
The children of Kate Middleton and Prince William, who is about to celebrate his fortieth birthday (June 21), could thus change schools. Prince George and Princess Charlotte will have to leave their private establishment in Thomas’ Battersea to join another located in Berkshire. So Prince Louis, the youngest of the clan, will he return to the current school of his brothers and sisters, or directly near Windsor? Mystery !
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