The move of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is scheduled for this summer and the first information on their new home is finally known.
- Prince William and Kate Middleton move to Windsor
- They settle in a house with four bedrooms and no staff at home
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wanted to get closer to Elizabeth II
The project materializes. After weeks of speculation that Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children were ready to move from Kensington Palace and settle in Windsor, the DailyMail reports that the choice of their new home has been made. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to pack their bags early this summer in a “modest four bedroom house“, the Adelaide Cottage in Berkshire, in Windsor more precisely. The small family would thus get closer to Queen Elizabeth II who resides in Windsor Castle, just a few minutes from the Adelaide cottage. According to the editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazinethis prospect is something to delight the sovereign who “very often finds himself alone with his staff“and who therefore should be”delighted that William, Kate and her three great-grandchildren are so close to her.”
If the move takes place this summer, Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, the three of them will start their schooling in a new establishment not far from their new home. According to a source quoted by the Sunthis choice to settle in a more humble residence is voluntary. “Kate and William wanted a more modest home to start their life in Windsor. Adelaide Cottage meets their expectations as it is a four bedroom house and they don’t need more as they won’t have staff at home”. No home staff, renovations or extra security measures : this is what the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are looking for.
Amal and George Clooney as neighbors
By settling in the private domain of the crown, Prince William and Kate Middleton would be closer not only to Queen Elizabeth II, but also to Sir Elton John, actress Anna Friel or George Clooney and his wife Amal Clooney. Prestigious neighbors who guarantee them a certain tranquility. Before moving to Kensington Palace in 2017, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge lived in the Norfolk countryside at Anmer Hall, where they continue to visit regularly after carrying out very expensive renovations there.