Cambridges, William & Kate move from London for normal family life
The Cambridges, Prince William and his wife, Kate, are relocating their family from central London to a more rural residence in Windsor. According to palace officials, the move is in an attempt to have a normal family life as all three of their children attend the same private school near their new home. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will move from Kensington Palace in west London to Adelaide Cottage, which is about a 10-minute walk from Windsor Castle, confirmed palace officials on Monday.
The move also means that the Cambridge family will be much closer to Queen Elizabeth II, who has been living in Windsor Castle since the beginning of the pandemic. The relocation will also bring the royal family closer to Kate’s family that lives in the same county.
The Adelaide Cottage is a four bedroom house in Windsor Castle grounds in Berkshire, which is about 25 miles from London.
According to statement released by the palace, the three children of William and Kate, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will now be studying in Lambrook School, a fee paying prestigious school in Windsor. As described on its website, the school is a “leading coeducational Prep School for 615 boys and girls aged 3 and 13, set in 52 acres of beautiful Berkshire countryside.” In the released palace statement, the s headmaster of Lambrook School, Jonathan Perry, said, “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 expressed their gratitude to former school of George and Charlotte, Thomas’s Battersea for a “happy start”. Royal source has said that the move will allow William and Kate to be “active parents in a busy school”. The source said, “They want to be as normal a family as possible.” minute walk from