Goodbye Kensington Palace! According to the British media Mirror the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, wish move to Windsor, not far from Queen Elizabeth II. A decision which is partly explained by the fact that the 96-year-old queen – who celebrated her 70th anniversary of reign last June – suffers from mobility problems. For their new home, Kate and William have chosen the property of Adelaide Cottage east of Windsor Castle in the county of Berkshire. They will nevertheless keep the property of Kensington Palace which will remain their London base.
A lack of freedom at Kensington Palace?
But then why would Kate and her husband Prince William consider leaving Kensington Palace? According to a royal family expert, Ingrid Sewards to the Royalty TVPrince Harry (who lives in the United States with his wife Meghan Markle and their two children Archie and Lilibet) would consider that the Duchess of Cambridge “was almost a prisoner at Kensington Palace.” The stepdaughter of the regretted Lady Would Diana suffer from a lack of freedom? “Catherine (Kate Middleton) can’t walk around the park like Diana used to, times have changed,” explained the expert, stating that Kate and Prince William have “a beautiful house and garden, but beyond that garden there are hundreds of people every day and massive security.”
Now determined to change their lives, Kate Middleton and Prince William are already looking for a new school for their three children: Prince George (8), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4). years) who will also be on the trip. The British media Hello indicates that Prince George would have carried out an integration day in an establishment located near Windsor. In any case, the summer of 2022 already promises to be rich in boxes and works for the Cambridge family!