Prince William and Kate Middleton to Leave London for New Home
Prince William and Kate Middleton to Leave London for New Home — and Their Kids Are the Reason
Prince William and Kate Middleton are poised to make a major move.
The regal couple are wanting to migrate from their London home at Kensington Palace to another home around 30 miles west in Berkshire
the county that houses the Queen's primary residence, Windsor Castle.
The move, which was first detailed by the Sunday Times, mirrors the changing requirements of several's three youngsters: Prince George
who turns 9 in July, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4.
George and Charlotte will leave their London private academy, Thomas' Battersea, toward the finish of the ebb and flow term, PEOPLE affirms
who turns 40 on June 21, and Kate, 40, will of course be just minutes away from William's grandmother Queen Elizabeth, 96.
William and Kate stepped out at Windsor Castle for the annual Order of the Garter ceremony
This summer, following the prince’s milestone 40th birthday on June 21, the Cambridges will reportedly leave their London home at Kensington Palace
The palace has not confirmed where their new residence will be located, however, it is thought to be on the Windsor estate.
Albeit the kids' tutoring was the essential motivation to roll out the improvement, close by family is additionally an additional benefit of the new area
Berkshire is likewise home to Bucklebury, where Kate and her two kin were raised, and where her folks actually live
Anmer Hall, the couple's often visited country asylum in Norfolk, is "their cheerful spot
furthermore, some place they'd in a perfect world move for all time "after the school years," the companion of William's informed the paper.
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