While the Sussexes have been turning heads in recent months with one explosive revelation after the other, the Cambridges have decided to remain a little more discreet in their Sandringham estate. However, the couple and their three children might soon make one massive change that is sure to delight the Queen of England.
A new beginning
As it turns out, the Daily Mail has reported that the Dutch and Duchesse of Cambridge have been looking into changing their place of residence to get closer to the Queen. Apparently, the idea would be to divide their time between Kensington Palace and their country residence of Anmer Hall. As the school year is fast approaching, a change in address as soon as possible is imperative. One source close to the family has said:
Anmer Hall made sense while William was a helicopter pilot in East Anglia and it was useful for Christmases in Sandringham, but it doesn't really work anymore. It's a bit too far for weekends, but Windsor is a perfect compromise. They're considering options in the area.
Reports claim that the Queen herself is scheduled to move permanently to her Windsor home once she returns from her holiday in Balmoral.
Back to school
Although the move itself will take lots of preparation to ensure a smooth transition, the couple will have to start preparing for a return to school for both eight-year-old George and six-year-old Charlotte. Seeing as the couple are very busy with royal duties, they have mastered the art of organisation. One family friend has said about the royal couple:
Because of who they are, William and Kate have had to be very organized parents. William and Kate have developed this brilliant talent of letting things be as spontaneous as they can and that's how the kids see it.
One thing is for sure, it's a new adventure for the Cambridge family!