The Cambridges have been house hunting for a few weeks now as they plan to move closer to the Queen by the end of the summer. The Royal pair has now reportedly found their new country home in Windsor.
Moving to Windsor
After weeks of house hunting, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have found their new home. According to The Independent, the pair will be moving into a home on the grounds of the Windsor estate with their three young children.
A love for the country
According to The Sunday Times, Prince William and Kate will keep their home in Kensington Palace for their private and press office. Moreover, reports suggest that the couple will also keep their holiday home, Anmer Hall, up in Norfolk. A friend of Prince William’s said:
They absolutely love it up there
It’s their happy place,
The friend also suggested that the couple would like to make Anmer Hall their ‘permanent base’ for ‘after the school years’.
They may move into Windsor Castle permanently
A close aide told The Sunday Times:
There is a sense of the future accelerating towards him, which is tinged with profound sadness — though he would never say it publicly — because of the implication that his grandmother would no longer be around, the added pressures on his father and his family being under even more scrutiny.