Cottage Living: Prince William and Kate Middleton Are Moving Their Family Out of Kensington Palace ‘To Be as Normal a Family as Possible’ - The Scene

Initially, the property the Royal Family is moving to was built as a teahouse for Queen Adelaide.

While students worldwide are returning to in-person classes, so are the children of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. In fact, Prince William and Kate Middleton are relocating their family for the school term. 

During Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum / Image from @theroyalfamily on Instagram

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According to a statement per CNN, the couple’s three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will all move to Lambrook School. To be closer to the prestigious private school, they’re leaving Kensington Palace for a four-bedroom home in Adelaide Cottage. 

Sense of normalcy

The house is on the grounds of Windsor Castle, Berkshire, the residence of Queen Elizabeth II—which takes a 15-minute drive to Lambrook. Initially, the property was built as a teahouse for Queen Adelaide and was designed by architect Sir Jeffry Wyatville.  

Prince George, Prince Louis, and Princess Charlotte / Image from @dukeandduchessofcaambridge on Instagram.

The royal family will also be closer to Middleton’s relatives as they reside in the same county.

“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,” Lambrook School’s headmaster Jonathan Perry said in Kensington Palace’s statement. 

A source told the news publication that they “want to be as normal a family as possible during the school year.”

Banner image by Anika Mikkelson on Unsplash.

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