The Cambridge family is planning a big move this summer. Prince William and Duchess Catherine want to move to Windsor with their three children. A whole new daily life awaits you.
Prince William, 40, Duchess Catherine, 40, and their reunited three children Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, are entering a new chapter in their lives . The Cambridges are said to be planning to move to Windsor later this summer – notably to be closer to Queen Elizabeth, 96, and Kate’s parents, who live in Bucklebury. With the move comes a few changes.
Prince William, Duchess Catherine and children move to Windsor
Until now, William and Kate lived in part of Kensington Palace in London. Her new home is about an hour from the bustling metropolis of Queen’s Berkshire Estate, which is her primary residence. Since the death of her husband Prince Philip, † 99, the 96-year-old has spent most of her time at the 900-year-old property. With an area of 484,000 square meters, it is not only the perfect monarch retreat, but also offers ample space for grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
As well as Windsor Castle, where the Queen lives, there is also Adelaide Cottage in the country. It is believed that Prince William and Duchess Catherine will share this with their children. The house is just a ten minute walk from the chateau and is designed to make life easier for the small family. The four-room residence was built in 1831 for Queen Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen and was previously occupied by Peter Townsend, †80, equerry to King George VI.
Radiant portrait for her 9th birthday
Lots of fun activities for George, Charlotte and Louis
But George, Charlotte and Louis aren’t the only ones who can walk to their great-grandmother, their new school is also said to be not far from Adelaide Cottage. Prince George and Princess Charlotte previously attended Thomas’s Battersea School in London. According to reports from the Daily Mail, nine-year-old George has already had a discovery day at his new school in Berkshire.
The Cambridges’ new home also offers plenty of opportunities for leisure activities. Far from the noisy capital, children can play outside and explore the surrounding gardens, walk with the dog Orla or go horse riding. On your doorstep is Windsor Great Park, a perfect place for a picnic or a family bike ride. At the Obelisk Lawn, children can let off steam in the playground and in the fenced Deer Park, you can watch the 500 deer roaming free.
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