It has been confirmed by a source that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge want to relocate their family from London while the children are in school in an effort to provide them with a more “normal” upbringing. Kensington Palace released a statement on Monday explaining the decision to relocate the children’s school. Here you will read about if William and Kate leaving London for their children’s good future.
Adelaide Cottage is a four-bedroom cottage on the grounds of Windsor Castle in Berkshire, roughly 25 miles from London, where Prince William, Kate, and their children will reportedly reside. The move will put them in closer proximity to both Kate’s family and the Queen, who both currently reside in the same county as Windsor Castle.
However, the royal source has confirmed that the Cambridges’ current home at Kensington Palace would continue to serve as the family’s primary residence. In September, George, Charlotte, and Louis will all be students at Lambrook School.
According to the source, a nanny may be arranged for the estate, but there are no plans for any live-in support at the moment. The announcement confirms that the couple has decided to enroll their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, in Lambrook School, an elite private institution located near Windsor.
Its website boasts that it is a “leading co-educational Prep School for 615 boys and girls ages 3 to 13, nestled in 52 acres of lovely Berkshire countryside.” Jonathan Perry, the school’s headmaster, was quoted in a palace statement as saying, “We are delighted that Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will be joining us this coming September and very much look forward to welcoming the family, as well as all of our new pupils, to our school community.”
William and Kate have publicly commended George and Charlotte’s former London school, Thomas’s Battersea, for providing them with a “happy start.” Ben Thomas, principal of Thomas’s London Day Schools, released a statement thanking Charlotte and George “for respecting the school’s ideals and for their numerous contributions to school life” and wishing them well in their new school. William and Kate will be able to be “involved parents in a busy school,” according to the source.
“They want to be as normal a family as possible,” the source said.
Moving the young family to the Queen’s estate will also provide them with more personal space at home, thanks to the extensive security measures taken there. After establishing their family roots in Norfolk in eastern England, the Cambridges relocated to London in 2017. Up until that point, the couple had been living in Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace as their official abode while performing royal duties.
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