Berkshire To Become Prince William And Kate Middleton’s New Home- Checkout!

The new home of Prince William and Kate Middleton will be in Berkshire, the same county that houses Windsor Castle, the Queen’s official residence. Prince William and Kate Middleton will shortly leave Kensington Palace, according to The Times. Kate Middleton was born and raised in Berkshire, where her parents, Carole and Michael, currently live at Bucklebury Manor.

 

U.S. Weekly reported that Kate and William were moving to Windsor to be closer to Queen Elizabeth II and Carole Middleton, who is always available to look after the kids when the Cambridge’s need to travel back and forth from London.” Following the move, PEOPLE confirmed that George and Charlotte will be leaving their London preparatory school, Thomas’s Battersea, at the end of the current term to attend a school in the Windsor region. Meanwhile, Prince Louis, the younger royals’ four-year-old, is set to start kindergarten at his siblings’ new school. The family is expected to move to Adelaide Cottage on the Windsor estate.

As a result, the Royal Couple, who married in April 2011, moved into Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace in 2013. Princess Margaret, the queen’s sister, lived in the mansion until she died in 2002. Their new home will be closer to Windsor Castle, where the queen has been residing since the coronavirus outbreak began in 2020.

Also, being closer to their great-grandmother, Cambridge children are likely to spend more time with their grandmother. Middleton previously mentioned that her mother enjoys playing outside with her grandchildren, who she also taught to the garden.

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