Prince William and Kate ‘moving to their new home in Windsor to be closer to the Queen’

Prince William and Kate are said to be planning a move to the four-bed Adelaide Cottage in the summer to be closer to the Queen and the schools for their four children

Prince William with his wife Kate and their three children George, Charlotte and Louis
Prince William with his wife Kate and their three children George, Charlotte and Louis

Prince William is reportedly moving into a house on the Windsor estate with his family to be closer to the Queen.

The Cambridges are hoping to move into the four-bed Adelaide cottage later in the summer, it has been claimed.

It comes after the 96-year-old monarch was snapped again with a walking stick due to mobility issues.

She’s also had to cancel public appearances due to ongoing health concerns, including not attending many platinum anniversary celebrations over the past weekend.

This would mean children Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, could start school locally in September.

The home is said to be unstaffed and William and Kate’s helpers would have to commute across – although it wouldn’t require any renovation or added security.

Adelaide Cottage on the estate of Windsor Castle


In comparison, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s renovation of Frogmore Cottage for the same reasons cost the Sovereign Grant £2.4million.

Frogmore was converted into a home in 2019, having previously existed five separate properties for staff working on the property.

The Cambridges’ move to Adelaide would not result in costly renovations.

Princess Charlotte arrives for her first day of school with her brother Prince George and their parents

It would also result in the family’s homes at Kensington Palace being converted into offices and the 10-bed Anmer Hall in Norfolk being set aside for retreats.

A source said the Cambriges were “very keen on a modest home” and felt the downsized cottage “fits the bill”.

said The sun: “They insisted they didn’t want anything too flashy, in need of refurbishment, or extra security so as not to burden the taxpayer.

The Queen with Prince Charles and Camilla before the annual Order of the Garter Service at St George’s Chapel



“The three children will enjoy running and playing in the gardens, which is the kind of life they enjoy so much at Anmer Hall.

“They had no other pretensions than a comfortable family home close to schools and the Queen.”

The monarch did not take part in the traditional procession of the Garter Knights and Ladies through the grounds of Berkshire Castle today.

The decision was expected given her ongoing mobility issues, and in recent years she has driven to the place of worship.

Camilla was in the procession for the first time after being proclaimed Royal Lady of the Garter.

Kensington Palace declined to comment when contacted by the Mirror.

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