We’ve been hearing about the Cambridges moving for months.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s plans to move to the Windsor Estate are said to materialize this summer.
Sources say that Kate Middleton and Prince William would have three requirements for the choice of the new home.
Corridor rumors about the move of the Cambridges have been circulating for a few months. As the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 40, prepare to leave London, Kate Middleton has reportedly issued three conditions in regards to the new home, The Mirror reports in a June 14, 2022 article. William and Kate Middleton are reportedly planning to move this summer. The royal couple would have chosen to settle in the magnificent Windsor estate. Specifically, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are said to have chosen Adelaide Cottage. Adelaide Cottage is a stunning 200-year-old four-bedroom house, reports The Mirror.
A source told The Mirror that it would have taken time for William and Kate to find the perfect home. Indeed, the mother of George, 8, Charlotte, 7, and Louis, 4, would have set three conditions to leave London. The new house must be close to good schools, this is the first requirement of the Cambridges. The new home should also allow the family of the Duke and Duchess to get closer to Queen Elizabeth II, 96. Note that now, Queen Elizabeth II of England is installed at Windsor Castle.
Kate Middleton: the Duchess of Cambridge wants a pleasant and modest for her family
Also according to the source of The Mirror, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, would demand that the house be pleasant for her family. In short, “they had no other requirements than a pleasant family home close to schools and the Queen”, as summarized by the source. Another source said the Cambridges will be content with a modest family home. According to her, the Cambridges are “very keen on having a modest home and think the scaled-down cottage is just fine.” “They were adamant they didn’t want anything too flashy, anything that needed renovations or extra security, so it wouldn’t be a burden on the taxpayer,” the source said.
Catherine Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge © Backgrid UK/ Bestimage