A big change is imminent for the Duke of Cambridge and their three children, George, Charlotte and Louis: The couple has been planning to move out of Kensington Palace for some time. Now there are media reports that the move could take place soon.
Cambridges: Already moving to Williams 40s?
Prince William plans to move to Berkshire with his family after his upcoming 40th birthday on June 21, according to British and US media. That would mean the couple had found a suitable property in Windsor.
“Kate and William are moving to Windsor to be closer to [Queen Elizabeth II.] and Carole [Middleton] always on hand to look after the children when the Cambridges have to travel back and forth from London,” a source told USWeekly.
The couple is said to have taken the well-being of their children into account when making their decision. “Charlotte can go horseback riding in the open air and George can play football in a spacious compound,” explains the source. “Louis loves being close to his great-grandmother and he will be taking tennis lessons this summer. They are starting there and George, Charlotte and Louis are very excited to go to a new school and get some fresh air in the country be where they have plenty of room to play freely.”
As Page Six reported in March that the Duke and Duchess had also been looking at schools in Berkshire. The portal now claims that they have found a school place for all three children.
the Sun had previously reported that the family would be occupying Adelaide Cottage on the Windsor estate, but this has not yet been confirmed. The property has recently been renovated and has served as a grace and courtesy residence for royal friends for the past 60 years.