Friday, December 2, 2022

Prince William and Kate Middleton intends to transfer to new home in Berkshire

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to undergo a major transformation. Prince William and Kate Middleton plans to relocate from Kensington Palace to a new home in Berkshire. In light of the changing needs of the couple’s three children, they have decided to reschedule their engagements.

Kate and William will move to Windsor to be near Queen Elizabeth II and Carole Middleton. As previously reported, George and Charlotte will transferring from Thomas’s Battersea in London to a school in the Windsor area at the conclusion of this term. Even though this hasn’t yet confirmed, Prince William is likely to relocate into the new home at Windsor estate’s Adelaide Cottage.

Prince William and Duchess Kate have married in April of 2011. They are residing at Kensington Palace’s Apartment 1A since 2013. Princess Margaret, the queen’s sister lived at the palace until her death in 2002. The queen is living in Windsor Castle since the coronavirus epidemic began in 2020.

Additionally, the Cambridge children will likely spend more time with their grandma as a result of their new location. Middleton has noted in the past how much her mother enjoys spending time outside with her grandkids and teaching them how to cultivate.

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