Kate Middleton and Prince William’s heartbreaking sacrifice for George, Charlotte and Louis
Kate Middleton and Prince William have given up a major part of their life
Kate Middleton and Prince William have decided to give up their dream of living in London for the sake of their children; Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are moving to Windsor for the sake of their children, a royal expert has claimed.
- The Cambridge family are said to be leaving their beloved Kensington Palace to move to Adelaide Cottage, which is nestled in the heart of the Queen's 655-acre Windsor estate, close to Windsor Castle.
- In other royal news, Princess Charlotte sends heartfelt thanks to royal fans via her parents with sweet photo card
The big move would see the Cambridges live much closer to the Queen and is set to see Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis attend new schools.
Royal author Omid Scoobie detailed the sacrifice made by Prince William and Kate, who have always 'dreamed' of living in the capital.
He said: "Though London was originally the dream, it became increasingly apparent to the duke and duchess that living in the middle of Kensington Gardens may not be the best place for Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, as they grow up."
A post shared by Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@dukeandduchessofcambridge)
A photo posted by on
Omid also revealed how a source told him that the Cambridges had thought about moving permanently to Anmer Hall in Norfolk - but decided it is too far from London.
He explained that the source said: "They thought about moving to [their home in] Norfolk, but as active senior working royals they could never be that far away from London, so that’s where Windsor came into the picture."
Fellow royal expert and author Ingrid Seward added that the move could give the family more freedom, explaining: "I think what William and Catherine will have for their children is the freedom they didn't have at Kensington Palace.
"I remember Harry saying to a friend of mine that Catherine was almost a prisoner at Kensington Palace, and I thought don't be ridiculous, it’s the most gorgeous place to live in London!
"Then I thought, in a way they are prisoners, they have a beautiful house and garden but beyond that garden are hundreds of people every day and massive security. Catherine can't walk in the park like Diana used to, as times have changed."
What an exciting time for the Cambridge family!
Robyn is a freelance celebrity journalist with ten years experience in the industry. While studying for a degree in Media and Cultural Studies at London College of Communication, she did internships at Now and Heat magazines. After graduating, she landed a job at Star magazine, where she worked her way up to features editor. She then worked at Future as Deputy Celebrity Content Director across Woman, Woman’s Own, Woman’s Weekly and Woman & Home magazines.
Prince Louis set for jealousy over mum Kate's latest exciting outing
The Wales youngster has missed out on his favourite game as the Princess of Wales gets sporty.
By Selina Maycock • Published
Father's Day origins: What is the history of the day and why do we celebrate it?
We share the origins of Father's Day as well as how to celebrate it.
By Ellie Hutchings • Published